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Re: RE:HYB:Glaciata/tangerine


--- In iris-talk@egroups.com, Chuck Chapman <irischapman@n...> wrote:
> Glaciatas are in any colour that involve the plastid colours. Thus 
yellows,
> tangerine/pink, green, or the absence of plastid pigments, white.
> Answered Prayer is a glaciata and it is pink with coral beards. 
Glaciata genes
> only show their effect when in all four genes. They show no effect 
when the
> plicata genes are not present four times. They can  contibute to 
luminata
> effect , but only when the plicata alleles are in effect(ie four 
copies). Even
> when you have the glaciata and tangerine, the beards will not be 
any different
> then when its not present. That is just as bright as it would be 
without
> glaciata present. I don't think that this route offers any promise 
of lighter
> beards with pink coloration. The route is best to pick paarents 
with lighter
> beards, and select and recross.
> 

Sigh.  Back to the drawing board.  ANSWERED PRAYERS is already on my 
2001 order list.  Looks promising, either way.

Patricia Brooks> 
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