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RE: Different Morphs of kenyans?

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Posted by: vjl4 at Thu Aug 12 11:28:10 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by vjl4 ]  
   

I think that Mark may have meant that Dodoma is a naturally occurring trait and not line-bred by some one. Which is true, but I think of them as a naturally line bred because they come from a relatively isolated population.

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