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Has anyone here figured out how...............................

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Posted by: Eimon at Thu Sep 29 05:10:39 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Eimon ]  
   

a double het expression came from a homozygus and a single het pairing? Maybe I missed something along the way here. Don't get me wrong, I like Ric quite a bit, but I think he's just misinterpreting his results. Come on, he's an alterna guy anyway...lol. Seriously, I can't come up with any way that it's possible, especially considering the age (time he got) the female het (for albino?). Are we to think the ax was already established in the line back then? The male was more recent so he could have been a homo/het, but not the female. Unless the female was ax and het(amel). I've been waiting to post on this just to double check myself, but I think there's a lot of "congrats" being handed out for something that can't necessarily exist by what's given (known) of the parent animals. I'm with Shannon on this one. If I am missing something, please point it out so I don't have to give myself the "donkey of the week" award!....LOL.

Eimon

PS- hey Ryan, now that's a pic of an axanthic Rosy.....nice!


   

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