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Re: Hosta tetraploidy inducements using surflan by Tony Avent

In a message dated 02/25/2001 11:36:11 PM Central Standard Time, 
sussextreeinc@ce.net writes:

<<  A article titled "Drugs with Colchicine-like Effects that Specifically 
Disassemble Plant but Not Animal Microtubules" >>

Microtubules are the strands that are attached to the chromosomes during 
cellular division.  They are used to pull the duplicated chromosomes into the 
two new cells.

By damaging the Microtubules you end up with one cell with no chromosomes-and 
one with a two sets-but sometimes you get partial disruption and end up with 
some cells with odd groups of chromosomes.

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