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Fragrance and Iris Genetics

  • Subject: Fragrance and Iris Genetics
  • From: "ehenon" <ehenon@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Fri, 28 Dec 2001 18:01:53 -0000

The Cayeux Web site lists fragrances for each variety of iris in 
their catalogue.   Page 414 of The World of Iris  mentions that 
Fragrance is not genreally considered a positive attibute of irises 
and that virtually nothing in the way of genetics of these substances 
has been done.  Is anyone aware of studies that might have been done 
regarding the genetics of fragrance in Irises?


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