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Re: Peach, orange, apricot

  • Subject: Re: Peach, orange, apricot
  • From: irischapman@aim.com
  • Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2009 22:52:32 -0500

Here is a set of seedlings and the parents.

There are three rows of seedlings. The top row don't have four sets of
"T" so the cartenoid pigment shows as yellow. The next two rows have
four sets of tangerine genes. The bottom row would appear to have
alternative yellow and are orange, showing a distinct difference from
the middle row which consist of one peach and three apricot.

Of the five yellows, the first two are deep yellow, suggesting hat they
may also have alternative yellow.

Chuck Chapman

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