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Re: CULT: Arilbreds

In a message dated 6/30/2004 9:52:58 PM Central Daylight Time, 
donald@eastland.net writes:

>  It is the attachment point
> of the seed.  In arils it is very distinct.  In arilbreds it varies
> depending on inheritance, I think.  It appears to be just a starchy doughnut
> shape on the end of the seed. 

Is there a correlation between the expression of the seed collar and aril 
characteristics in arilbred blooms?
Bill Burleson
Also a belated thanks for the answer to my previous seed question. Your 
response was appreciated. I got sidetracked chasing a grimlin.

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