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green edge appearing in yellow = mit rec!

Can some one point me out were Marcotrigiano has said 
something about hosta It is not in the 4 or 5 articles I have from 
him. Maybe it is the first time that mitotic recombination has been 
mentioned for Hosta. Well the same is true of my definition for 
sports Before I defined it in the journal it was mostly equated with 
mutation. I had intensive discusions with the registrar and 
conseqently  he changed the wording on the formel about the two 
different types of cultivar you had to choose from. I have given 
earlier several references to mit recombination in plants but clearly 
no one did take the effort to look it up.  Again not a single 
argument why my explanation of a green edge appearing in a 
yellow plant is wrong let alone an alternative explanation
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Fax: 31-71-5274999
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