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thom2386 from umn.edu via maize%40net.bio.net (by thom2386 from umn.edu)
Mon Feb 26 13:25:40 EST 2007


Hi Mark Milard and members of bionet

Bob Thompson again.  I have a question about some more samples.  They were
sent to me by Mary Eubanks.  The accession numbers I was given do not seem to
exist on the GRIN site, but I have seen some of them in the literature.  I am
worried that there may have been problems with some of them.  I will list
them here.  I will put this out on bionet also so others with data may
respond also.

I hope to have my statistical analysis of phytoliths from the different
teosintes available on the newsletter by the end of the week.  I believe that
phytolith assemblages from the glumes are fairly tightly genetically
controlled, and vary with all the teosinte varieties.  I think that these
identifications can be very useful in archaeological contexts.  Any help on
these accessions will be welcome.

PI 384064
PI 331785
PI 331784
PI 331785
PI 331786
PI 331789
PI 384072
PI 478399
PI 566693

Bob Thompson



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