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Re: Re: RE:HYB:Glaciata-genetics-second thoughts

In a message dated 12/1/00 8:01:13 AM Mountain Standard Time, 
janclarx@hotmail.com writes:

 I guess there hasn't been enough work done on this to say for sure. My 
 understanding was that the glaciata pla was located at the pl allele, and 
 the luminata plu 'might' be or perhaps not. This might be worked out using 
 statistics, if someone was willing to do enough crosses, and spend time 
 growing them on, and testing the crosses, and recording the results.  >>

I certainly agree that not enough work has been done on this to be sure what 
mechanism is involved -- but let's not forget that a great deal can be 
learned analytically,  before we have to resort to test crosses, observations 
and statistical analysis!

Sharon McAllister

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