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Dear Aroiders,

plant taxonomists especially, I wonder if anyone ever tried to use molecular
methods like DNA-fingerprints/ - markers to examine the genetic
relationship or
distance between Amorphophalli species. It could be also a tool to identify

Any comments welcome.....

Cheers, Bernhard.

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Traud Winkelmann, Bernhard, Onno und Konrad Strolka
Ansgarweg 33
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