Re: RE: Analysis of MV's sedlings Part one Tangerine factor
- Subject: Re: [iris-photos] RE: Analysis of MV's sedlings Part one Tangerine factor
- From: "Margie Valenzuela" IrisLady@comcast.net
- Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 22:32:55 -0700
Chuck, Flights of Fancy is the other parent, and not Fancy Woman. Did you
mean "Flights of Fancy", or does it matter - - since they are both
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Sent: Friday, January 14, 2005 7:26 PM
Subject: [iris-photos] RE: Analysis of MV's sedlings Part one Tangerine
> "Do proceed, Chuck. It looks to me like a number of significant dominants
> and recessives can be seen in the array. I saw tangerine beard;
> Progenitor-amoena I(s); Yellow in more than one pattern, the
> corona/Umbrata combination, plicata alleles expressed; RRA of some
> sort--at least these, in combination, with varying dosage levels. What a
> rich mix!
> And Neil I can see at least four other factors. We're going to go slow and
> start with the easiest factors and work from there. Some of these we will
> have to go back and redo as we find new information. This is a really good
> set of data to wwork with as there are so many parts to sort out.
> The start is to get as much information on the backgrounds as possible.
> Not only did we get the parents, we got the siblings and the siblings of
> the seedling parent. All important information.
> To get even more, I stated on the iris checklist data base to get
> parentage of both Pencil Sketch and Sapphire Hills. Fancy Woman doesn't
> need this sort of analysis as it has a number of dominant and recessive
> genes , but everything is there to see. All its recessives are in
> homozygous sets (four recessive genes).
> The checklist gave me a lot of data but as I got farther and farther back,
> the information got sketchy and the older data was not in the data base. I
> then went to the HIPS site . There they have photos and family trees of a
> number of signifiacant historic iris. I only took PS back two generations
> but took Sapphire Hills back to basically ground zero. ( some of this data
> will come in later).
> With neither of these parents did I find a single tangerine factor (t)
> parent in ancestors.
> We know FW has four "t" genes. So the first westion is how many t's are in
> the seedling parent, and how does t show its self in the seedlings.
> I'm going to make all those interested do some of the work. These
> seedlings will take us into some of my new ideas and you all can give me
> some idea if you think they fit with and explain the data.
> So first set of problems
> 1)What are the possibilities re t in seedling parent.
> 2)How does the data support this
> 3) Any variance and how do you explain this variance/consolidate it with
> other facts.
> 4) Graduate question -- Has PS or SH had any t phenotype offspring?
> Remember when analysing data we are trying to find genotypes.
> When we have finished with this we will tackle another factor. One at a
> time as anything else would be too confusing, particular with this many
> sets of genes floating around.
> Chuck Chapman
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