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Re: Re:plic. patterns

Yes thanks.

Chuck Chapman

-----Original Message-----
From: orders@suttoniris.com
To: iris-photos@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Mon, 31 Oct 2005 09:22:51 -0800
Subject: [iris-photos] Re:plic. patterns

   Hi Chuck,
  One of it's sibs is blooming right now and it is a normal plic. with a 
  stripe, dotting at hafts and edges. is that the type of info you need? 
  couple other sibs are sending up stalks, most are maiden bloom, will 
 and report the patterns.

 ----- Original Message -----

 > Very nice. A new colour pattern for reblooming plicatas and with
 > Double Shot as a parent good potential for rebloom in colder areas.
 > Could you give some info re seedling parent and siblings? It seems
 > that an unexplored second factor for plicatas ( other patterns as
 > well) is the center versus just edge. That is for example, Double
 > Shot is a plicata showing pattern just on edge of falls whereas
 > Handshake is a plicata which has patterning in centre of falls. This
 > centre vesus edge seems to be a seperate inheritence from plicata and
 > has been condfounding/confusing interpretation of plicata genetics.
 > I'm trying to gather data on its inheritence. So what I'm assuming is
 > that the seedling parent has plicata colouring in centre (or carries
 > plicata and has colour in centre of falls. I'd like a breakdown, if
 > available, as to numbers (or impression of number) of seedlings in
 > this cross as to number that has pattern in centre as versus number
 > with pattern at just the edge.
 > Thanks in advance
 > Chuck Chapman


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