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Re: hostas of course

  • Subject: Re: hostas of course
  • From: hostas@gmx.at
  • Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2003 10:33:59 +0200 (MEST)

>> These sports, other then the histogenic layer switching, are propably 
> the result of transposible elements jumping around.  It's my belief 
> that some of these transposible elements jump to locations that cause 
> a significent change, but other transposible elements move about in 
> such a way that they don't have a dramatic effect.  If you don't pay 
> attention to these changes you can easily end up with off types and 
> these off types are then propagated by other people who don't know 
> they have off types.  
> Joe Halinar

Is this what is happening to H. June?



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