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Re: REF: Excising Seed Embryos

From: Irisborer@aol.com

In a message dated 12/13/98 2:11:11 AM Eastern Standard Time,
jijones@ix.netcom.com writes:

 the topic of excision of seed embryoes is said to have been dealt with
 in the may 1945 bullitin of the  American Iris Society. i sent an email
 to the person in your society in charge of bullitins, two weeks ago,
 asking for help in getting this info. could you or someone in the
 society help me.                 fred keller

Dear John I Jones and everyone else......  the best way to get this kind of
information - especially if you know the Bulletin it was in... is to write to
Keith McNames, who manages the AIS Library in Portland (address in AIS

That's what it's there for, folks!

Kathy Guest.... typing by the pool in FLA
and wondering if it's snowing...... somewhere

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