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Re: Fragrance and Iris Genetics

  • Subject: Re: Fragrance and Iris Genetics
  • From: "ehenon" <ehenon@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2001 13:21:53 -0000


May I recommend that you read the book "The World of Iris" if you 
have not yet done so?  The book is not recent but the chapter on 
genetics is most informative.  Still nothing on the fragrance of 
Irises.  I will contact Cayeux and ask them what is available on the 

--- In iris-talk@y..., "Sandra Barss" <bardraj@h...> wrote:
> Hi
> I can' t answer your question because I was looking for the same 
thing a while back, but
> would iris genetics for fragrance follow the same lines as genetics 
for fragrance in other
> flowers ?  Sorry, if this is a stupid question I don't know very 
much about genetics at all.
> Thanks
> Sandra
> SE Manitoba


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