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Re: Hybridization...

halinar@open.org wrote:

> A stable periclinal variegated hosta formed from a streaked
> hosta is going to be producing ovules derived from the same L1 or L2
> tissue of the streaked parent, so why shouldn't they also produce
> variegated seedlings?

Don't know, not my department.  I still don't understand why yellow and
green make blue, but blue and green don't make yellow.  All I know is, if
you want a significant number of streaked or variegated seedlings, you
start with a streaked pod parent.  You can theorize all you want that it
shouldn't be that way, but it still is.


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