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Re: Tet fertility

  • Subject: Re: Tet fertility
  • From: Alex Waterhouse-Hayward <alexwh@wimsey.com>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Jun 2001 11:21:23 -0400

Dear Ben,

I was present at the fascinating scientific meeting at this year's
convention that dealt with things "ploid" and watched the little controversy
on how it is possible for a 'Sum and Substance' ( a triploid in your books)
to produce offspring. But what brought my attention was what a very tall and
young Dutch man told me. He said "you guys" had developed a hexaploid that
had incredible substance but just couldn't grow. Could you tell us more? 

Alex Waterhouse-Hayward

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