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Re: RE: SDB Flower Bud

  • Subject: [PHOTO] Re: [iris-photos] RE: SDB Flower Bud
  • From: willwarner@alltel.net
  • Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 13:24:44 -0500

I think that is the prettiest bud I've ever seen.  Such great saturation in 
those colors.  Thanks for posting. Will W.

> 
> From: irischapman@netscape.net
> Date: 2006/04/13 Thu AM 09:18:36 CDT
> To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [iris-photos] RE: SDB Flower Bud
> 
> 


 
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Here is an interesting flower bud. It is of an SDB seedling that is peach with a purple fall spot. Fall spots are usually with pigment only on upper part of falls, yet colour shows very strongly on bottom of falls in this seedling.
Of note, SDB spot is like the spot on TB that are referred to as Umbrata spot or variagata spot that are also only pigmented with anthocyanin on top epidermal layer , and not on lower layer of epidermis.

In this case I suspect lower layer of epidermis to be transparent or semi-transparent , rather then pigmented.

Has anyone else noted this  on underside of falls on any iris with fall spot?

Chuck Chapman

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