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Re: Suky

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Thanks for the information Mike. 
My current interpretation is that the pattern as Clarence and suky are
two glaciata genes and two luminata genes. Luminatas are one luminata
gene and three glaciata genes. You should have also gtten some
glaciatas. Do you remember what the other plants were like?

Chuck Chapman

--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, "Mike Sutton" <suttons@l...> wrote:
> when I have crossed Suky in the past with plicatas I got the same
amount of
> plicata seedlings as I would a plicata X plicata cross.  Suky
crossed with
> Luminatas has given me a higher percentage of Luminata seedling then
> Luminata X plicata crosses.  go figure.
> Mike Sutton

> ----

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