Are there "Identical Twin" plants?

Jacqueline Dyer jd6 at soas.ac.uk
Sun Dec 17 17:16:57 EST 2000


At 15:36 17/12/00 -0500, Wayne Parrott wrote:
>Theoretically, genetically identical plants should be identical
>regardless of where they are planted.

Er, according to what theory? I propose the theory of goobledeegook. Any 
geneticist is aware that different genes can be expressed in different 
environments. How can you know so much about plant biology and not know 
this simple fact? 


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