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Re: hosta-open DIGEST V1 #323

In a message dated 3/16/1999 3:55:38 AM Central Standard Time,
halinar@open.org writes:

 It is also difficult to explain a lot of Hosta variegation by assuming 
 chlorplast mutations.  If a white mediovariegated Hosta were due to 
 mutated chloroplasts, and eggs are derived from L 2 tissue, then these 
 Hostas would only produce albino seedlings because the egg cells would 
 only contain mutated albino chloroplasts.
 Joe Halinar >>

Joe is this why some of the Hosta I have produce a good number of pure white
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