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HYB: Chromosome Counts

From: Sharon McAllister <73372.1745@compuserve.com>

If you really want chromosome counts, I strongly recommend the
do-it-yourself approach.  The real value is not in just the count, but in
what you can learn from the slides themselves.  

The 1991 ASI YB has a detailed how-to article on the subject, written by
Howard Shockey.   It can be done in a home "laboratory"  -- and in the iris
world, it almost always is.  Howard set up his lab in his garage, and
describes all of the equipment and supplies needed as well as step by step
instructions on how to prepare, analyze, and record the specimens.

Sharon McAllister

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