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Re: Re: Hybrids

Dear Scott, dear Wilbert,

thanks for replying.

Would you have further bibliogragical information (Journal, Year etc.)?
Thanks, Bernhard.

Would you a name and an (email-) adress of the Leiden student working on
molecular level on Amorphophallus species?
Thanks, Bernhard.

Scott Lucas schrieb:
> Quickly...
> Per Webster:
> of, relating to, or constituting evolutionary change on genetic
> recombination involving diverse interbreeding populations.

Wilbert Hetterscheid schrieb:
>3) Bernhard Strolka: at this moment a PhD student in Leiden (Netherlands) is
>studying the genus Amorphophallus at the molecular level. He is putting
>Amorphophalli, -uses, -us in the blender by the dozens....


StroWi@t-online.de sind:
Traud Winkelmann, Bernhard, Onno und Konrad Strolka
Ansgarweg 33
D - 23879 Mölln

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