I wonder if IMMORTALITY being a dominant "I" white
makes a difference in IMCS-1's pigments. Even though it lacks "I" itself
and has "I(s)" instead--I would assume, there are hidden pigments in an "I" type
white. Anthocyanins and all sorts of co-pigments, chelates and so on can
be present, but not in complete chemical synthesis. Some of these may be
inherited when the defect in synthesis that makes an iris an "I" white is
present. Perhaps some of the lateral materials in the vacuole are soluble
in both alcohol/water solutions and alcohol/oil solutions?
Does this seem possible, Linda?
And--please don't take offence at the wry dig about
stirring with a Crayola. My Scandinavian humor gets me in trouble
Neil Mogensen z 7 western NC
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