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Transposable elements??

<Actually, a better explination is chromosome loss and an even 
<better explination is transposible elements! 
 am happy that at least for the first time alternatives are offered
It again shows that it is easy to apply the wrong thing Both 
chromosome loss and especially transposible elements are very 
rare phenomena, written about a lot because it is interesting, not 
because it is common. Moreover I dont see how chromosome loss 
or transposable elements are fitted in with  your opinion that yellow 
is supposed to be chloroplast encoded!!!?. It must be remembered 
that yellow plants in hosta are always heterozygous for green and 
nulear encoded so a simple mit rec gives a green edge

Ben, almost any good example of mitotic recombination in higher 
plants IS news! 
 Maybe for you, not for a geneticist who reads the litterature
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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