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Re: Fern Life Cycle Rates

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Fern Life Cycle Rates
  • From: Betty Hamilton <bkhamilton@earthlink.net>
  • Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 07:21:42 -0500

BThat implies that the timing could be manipulated in the lab with day length and other variables controlable in a growth chamber!

Betty H in South Bend IN

"Winter, Wim de" wrote:

> Anogramma leptophylla has an annual life cycle. You might expect that too in Marsileas that have to be round within the wet season.
>
> Wim0
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: owner-ferns@hort.net [mailto:owner-ferns@hort.net]On Behalf Of
> > Mike Barker
> > Sent: Sat, May 08, 2004 09:53
> > To: ferns@hort.net
> > Subject: [ferns] Fern Life Cycle Rates
> >
> >
> > To all,
> > I am currently working on a genetic mapping project in
> > Ceratopteris and
> > I am looking for some information on life cycle rates in
> > other ferns.
> > Basically, what is the shortest time anyone has observed to get from
> > spore to spore in a fern species?  Ceratopteris richardii does it in
> > about 120 days.  I am interested in doing genetic work on something
> > other than Ceratopteris (not the most handsome morphology),
> > and I would
> > need something with a relatively quick life cycle.  But I am just
> > curious about the shortest times people have observed, and if anybody
> > has any tricks to speed life cycles up.
> >
> > Also, check out http://www.adiantopsis.com  It will be the
> > future home
> > of my Adiantopsis monograph.   Currently it is just a title, but I am
> > interested in what people think about it so far.  I will post on this
> > list when updates are made.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Mike Barker
> >
> > --
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