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Re: HYB: Pigments 101 -- Final Exam ?

Question before I dig into this.

>A.  In hybridizing tangerine pinks, the t-factor is a widely-accepted,
>widely-used model. It certainly has pragmatic value, and we've covered it
>some detail.

This is the tttt model = pink?

>B.  In analyzing tangerine pinks, the epistatic model is almost inevitably
>invoked.   It has great theoretical value, and we've used it for background
>when discussing the relationship between alpha-carotene and lycopene.

Is this Tttt plus iiii also = pink?  But when in using in a cross and
dropping iiii,
you end up with non-pink due to the loss of the inhibitor?

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7, USA

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