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Re: CULT:TB: Keppel irises in Region 7

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 1/26/1999 4:16:13 PM Central Standard Time, JEM300@aol.com

<<   However, it fascinates me how
 they are siblings but one may not grow well but the other will.  (big shrug
 my shoulders...) >>

Although they are siblings, they are each individuals.  Each one gets it's own
unique mix of genes going back several generations.  Kinda like all children
are different.  I have two children that are opposites on nearly every count.
And, boy, do they have a gene pool to pull from!  One drew genes from a
grandmother and a grandfather that produced a nitroglycerine like substance.
Boom!  Boom!  At least irises don't explode on us.   LOL

Betty in B. G. KY.

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