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Re: SDB seedling (Puddy Tat x Scholar) F1

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] SDB seedling (Puddy Tat x Scholar) F1
  • From: "Linda Hunt" nakihee@gmail.com
  • Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2006 19:41:40 -0500

have you had a lot of rain Dan?  I find that happens to the lighter weight blooms around here when it rains

On 4/24/06, Dan Meckenstock <dmeck@eaglecom.net> wrote:
I was a day late in taking this picture but look real close and you will
see this flower has some transparency. I am not sure what is causing
this transparency, something is obviously lacking in the flower's
make-up or it could be temperature related. I will have to pay more
attention to this plant the next time it blooms. Segregates in this
cross suggest Puddy Tat is a white glaciata. It's purple spot, as I show
in the Puddy Tat upload is cause by a transposon that excises from the
recessive white gene thus turning on the anthocyanin pathway in those cells.



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