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Re: Puddy Tat w/ transposon

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] Puddy Tat w/ transposon
  • From: Laurie Frazer lauriefr@localnet.com
  • Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 10:06:38 -0500

On Apr 24, 2006, at 9:34 AM, Dan Meckenstock wrote:

>  The white streak in the spot on the right fall is cause
> by a transposon that does not excise from the Chalcone Synthase gene
> (Chs), thus the cells remain white. When the transposable element
> excises perfectly (i.e., removes itself from the Chs gene), it turns 
> the
> anthocyanin pathway on and color is produced.

Is it just the camera angle, or does does right fall also have a double 
or forked beard? If so, might that also be somehow genetically or 
environmentally connected to the white streak in the fall?


USDA zone 3b, AHS zone 4 - northern Minnesota
normal annual precipitation 26-27"
slightly acid, potassium deficient, clay soil

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