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tets and hexaploid S&S

I dont understand how a discussion about tets at the convention 
could be meaningfull without the only person who has actually 
investigated the subject present. It came down then to 
speculations only. Yes M Fransen has produced a hexaploid ( not 
measured by me) S&S by a firm with expertice in flowcytometry 
and tc., but as said it hardly grows. Triploid plants in general can 
be partly fertile  If you look at the weird offspring from S& S they 
indicate that they are aneuploids The offspring from a tet I have 
made  eg  from Minuteman is very uniform
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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