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Re: OS & TC

... >If you get a mutant of Janet, yes, you get a sport. A sport is also
>obtained if all other causes of permanent changes occur such as, tissue
>transfers, chromosome breaking and rejoining ( called a crossover or
>recombinant), mutations of DNA in plastids, mutations of mitochondria,
>mutations of genes in chromosomes and who knows what else we will learn
>about this in the future?

>Jim Hawes Oakland MD
Thanks for your always lucid and logical discussions on technical and hard
to digest topics like this one. We beginners need all the help (and
repetition) we can get.

Mike Breiding     Morgantown, West Virginia USA
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