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RE: Different routes to the same hybrid...

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Posted by: KMat at Tue Nov 1 15:12:55 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by KMat ]  
   

Theoretically, a pure cal king to a pure corn would produce 50/50 percent offspring. However, there is probably going to be much variability in the phenotypes produced. Some looking more corn like, some more cal king like. However, they are all Jungle Corns. I would assume if the same percentage is there (ie, a Bundle corn is 50% cal, 25% corn, 25% sinaloan), then how you achieve that mix, and what the offspring look like really wouldnt matter. Not all Bundle Corns will look alike, even in the same clutch.


   

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