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Re: twinspots inmeristem


>The frequency of mitotic recobination can be strongly 
>influenced by circumstances

Such as?

The only thing that I know of that increases mitotic recombination is 
VERY HIGH doses of irriadiation.  Probably high enough that your whole 
body will become one mess of cancer cells if you were close enough to 
a hosta receiving enough radiation to have a cell undergo mitotic 
recombination.  Maybe you will be the one who will volunteer to stand 
next to the hosta while it is being irriadated!

On second thought, better not as I don't think the world would know 
what to do with a glow in the dark Ben.

Joe Halinar

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