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Mary Eubanks via maize%40net.bio.net (by eubanks from duke.edu)
Mon Feb 26 18:15:48 EST 2007


I have the accession seed packets and original paperwork from GRIN if 
that will help.......Mary

On Feb 26, 2007, at 1:25 PM, thom2386 from umn.edu wrote:

> 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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