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Re: Sports

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Sports
  • From: maria guzman <mirror@3RIVERS.NET>
  • Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 07:13:23 -0600

That's right.  I have plants with rudimentary stamens and no pollen but
make seeds when I cross-pollinate them.  Now whether these seeds will grow
is what I'm waiting to see.


>On Wednesday, May 01, 2002 8:34 AM, Sandy Connerley
>[mailto:sandyc@SURFARI.NET] wrote:
>>    If a plant does not produce any pollen, does that also mean that it
>>could not be a seed parent?
>Not necessarily.

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