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Last Response?

Thanks for the support
I already had decided to be silent as it is impossible to argue with 
people that have preconceived false ideas.
I have based my booklet on all data freely available in the literature 
as noted on page 6. Just as everyone does who makes lists of 
Hosta. Dr R. Olson confirmed that I had all the data collected and 
grouped already when I was with him seeing the just arrived journal. 
As geneticist I was interested in the descent of sports MY 
conclusions are offered to the benefit of everyone in my 
publications both in the journal and in scientific literature. As long 
as everbody wrongly thinks I have stolen anything, further 
discussion is pointless, as it shows a basic mistrust in anything I 
say. By the way, both K Vaughn and Marcotrigiano confirm in their 
letters that I am right in my conclusions Of course this is 
questioned and ignored as not fitting in the picture. It is just as with 
lynching, no matter what I say it  must continue. I have answered 
more questions than anyone here in this forum, still I am accused 
of arrogance in not answering questions. Maybe I dont always use 
the right words, but it is always forgotten that this is for me a 
foreign language. 
Ben J.M.Zonneveld
Clusius lab pobox 9505
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands
Fax: 31-71-5274999
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