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RE:a tangerine plicata

  • Subject: [iris-photos] RE:a tangerine plicata
  • From: Chuck Chapman <irischapman@netscape.net>
  • Date: 6 Dec 00 08:34:03 EST

This seedling (96-110-1) is a plicata, as far as I can tell, resulting from
Tweety Bird X Yippee. Yippee definatly carries the plicata ring factor that I
showed with Greased Lightning. This "ring" seems to interact with the plicata
gene and have an effect on it.Tweety Bird has a plicata father (pollen
parent). The ring factor seems to push the anthrocyn pigments into the center
of the flower and has other effects on pigment distribution. More on this
later. I'd love to hear comments, speculation on what people think is
happening with this flower, genetically and otherwise.

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