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Re: Tissue culture question

  • Subject: Re: Tissue culture question
  • From: John Ludwig <aroidgrower@gmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2008 05:24:57 -0500

I stumbled upon a tissue culture mailing list a while back. I am no longer a member of that mailing list. You might try a google search for mailing lists, or tissue culture mailing list.

On Dec 27, 2008, at 7:04 PM, STARSELL@aol.com wrote:

Would anyone here have a recommendation for a tissue
culture lab experienced in aroids?  Specifically Alocasia.
I have found one Alocasia x chantrieri and the owner
cannot divide it.  It may be the only one - it seems I have
searched the world. 
Any help will be much appreciated!
Alison Robinson

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