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Genetics


Dear Bretheren:

 It seems that one of the few problems with TC work is that there are
characteristics existing in certain hostas which can not be passed along
through the TC process. If this is true,  is there a name for these
characteristics, and how does this fit into the world of genetics? Are they
genetic anomalies which can not be duplicated? Are there really
non-starters, or simply that those working with TC have yet to discover how
to do it?

 Since the republicans won such a victory I am considering turning this
question  over to the current administration , if there are no answers from
the great ether of "out there"




Glen Williams
20 Dewey St.
Springfield , Vermont
05156
Tel: 802-885-2839 

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