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Re: Glass Flowers/seed pods

Now that's pretty interesting!  These days we take it for granted that each
human has unique DNA, and the extrapolation would be every critter and plant
would also have unique DNA (except clones, which I guess would include
grafted plants), but I never thought about identifying an individual plant
that way.
Neat!  This must have been recent?

Maryland zone 6

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Tony Veca" <romans8@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, November 15, 2003 12:45 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Glass Flowers

> on 11/15/03 8:10 AM, Libby Valentine wrote:
> > seed pod,
> That was very interesting Libby. II'm trying to visualize in my minds eye
> what they look like on this gloomy / rainey day to brighten my spirits up.
> thanks for sharing.
> The reason I put seed pods above, was because of an interesting forensic
> science detective program that found 2 pods from a Palo Verdes tree (this
> was in Arizona ) in a murder suspects truck. By checking the dna of it,
> proved he was in the area of the murder. the judge wasn't satisfied,
> he thought it could have come from any number of 100's of these trees.
> the science "cops" proceeded to do dna on many of these tree pods & showed
> that EVERY one had a different dna. This was a first in using dna in plant
> material to prove a murder.  How about that!!!!!
> Tony Veca  <><
> Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!
> Vancouver, WA  USA
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