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RE: REF:AIS: bulletin?

I'm usually about the last one in the nation to get the *Bulletin* and mine
came a couple weeks ago also.  Sounds like after the far west coast all of
the others landed about the same time.

Filardi's putting the genetics article right with Rick Ernst's update on the
Lycopene/red iris project with the Univ. was an intriguing juxtaposition.

There's going to be (if I ever get it written) a "Third Approach to Red"
follow up article about an approach to a red iris working from the
anthocyanin side with gene manipulation similar to what OSU and Cooley's are
doing, but with a different set of enzymes.

Neil Mogensen  z 7   Reg 4

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