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Re: Sherman
  • Subject: Re: Sherman
  • From: "dmeckenstock" <dmeck@eaglecom.net>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2013 20:50:34 -0000


OK, I see it now, It is a little confusing as written. The important thing is Sherman is in imbricata cytoplasm.

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Linda Mann <lmann@...> wrote:
> As I understand it, the pedigree says that
> P-17 was a seedling from a cross between imbricata as pod parent and
> (M3) from timofejewii x reichenbachii as pollen parent.
> The resulting seedling (P-17) was then crossed back to pollen from the
> seedling M3, resulting in Sherman (sdlg AA-24-5)
> <P-17: (I. imbricata x M-3: (I. timofejewii x I. reichenbachii "Van
> Nes")) X M-3. >

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