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twinspots inmeristem

You raises a good point as did Marcotrigiano about the low 
incidence of twin spots. I am especially happy with your 
observation of the spots in Amber Tiara I noted the same thing 
when I was with C Falstad
The most likely explanation of the absence of twinspots in yellow 
leaves yet at the same time the frequent mit rec in sport is the 
following The frequency of mitotic recobination can be strongly 
influenced by circumstances That is why we ( seem to) see more 
of these in tc At the same time a cell in the top meristem might be 
more prone to mit rec than at other places cq at other times . Just 
speculating I really dont have a good answer here The other 
question monday, I am in a hurry
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Fax: 31-71-5274999
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