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Re: Spec-Versi

From: "Mark, Maureen" <MARKM@tc.gc.ca>

Hi Debbie,

Will Andy be looking at the cell level too and determining relationships
between the different populations?  This brings back memories of my
population genetics project way back when...

Hope he has fun!  I'll be looking forward to reading the results.

Maureen Mark
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4)

> >My son Andrew just received a grant to do a =
> >population study on I. Versicolor for this season. He will look at =
> >color, and size of flower along with growth conditions and many other =
> >things  in the native populations here in western  Ma., southern Vt. and
> =
> >N.H. Plans to publish his findings in the AIS bulletin. Debby Wheeler =
> >Zone 5 Foxbrook Iris Farm Colrain, ma.01340

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