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Origin of Sports Discussion

>Ben, almost any good example of mitotic recombination in higher
>plants IS news!
> Maybe for you, not for a geneticist who reads the litterature
>Ben J.M.Zonneveld

    You have repeatedly stated that other participants in this discussion are not up to date in their knowledge of plant genetics and that you are familiar with the current material regarding mitotic recombination. Could you please include one or more publications on this subject so that we all can familiarize ourselves with where things stand today? A link (URL) would be fine. If you do we can all be on the same page.
                                                                                                                 .........Bill Meyer

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