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Re: CULT:SPEC: Lloyd's I. tectorum

From: HIPSource@aol.com

In a message dated 11/24/99 10:34:03 AM Eastern Standard Time, BILLS@hsc.edu 

<< If you grow a  new plant from SIGNA seed, it can't be a member of the 
clone from which the  seed came because it will not be genetically identical 
to the parent.  You
 can only say you have a clone of a particular plant if your material arose
 from a piece of the original parent, not a seed. >>

That is interesting, Bill.  Only a division from the plant can properly be 
said to be a clone. Makes perfect sense, of course. Thank you.

Anner Whitehead

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