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 I am not a fruit fly specialist actually worked only 1 year with 
them I have first a general  degree in Biology ( takes here 6 years 
including 50 % botany . Then a PHD ( another 4 years)  in fungal 
genetics Further I worked mostly for a hobby for years with semps. 
alpines orchids etc.V Clearly your information is based on what you 
was teached many years ago whereas I have still to teach regularly 
I did give you a list of pictures and other references 
.Yes the first leaf of allium is a true leaf. the cotyledon is still 
attached to the seed. , just as in hosta. I looked under the 
microscope and made detailed drawings what happens to a hosta seed 
you should dp that to. That is way I know for sure The book of Esau 
just does not happen to have any definition nor good pictures of 
cotyledons so look fo other modern more illustrated books.
I agree mutations are rare, I said that in my earlier articles here 
it was not relevant to repeat that again
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
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