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Old 08-11-2018, 08:29 PM #381
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Rather than skinning the bone its a bit like stupid selecting selected of the selected IBL within IBL. In terms of acclimation? Plants process environment piercing reality with inverse apex diamond growth point of gravity.


The plant transmutes Grow experiences everything inversely at cellular level because gravity falls. Lucky they even transmit this transverse to seed.
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In the equation, p2 represents the frequency of the homozygous genotype AA, q2 represents the frequency of the homozygous genotype aa, and 2pq represents the frequency of the heterozygous genotype Aa. In addition, the sum of the allele frequencies for all the alleles at the locus must be 1, so p + q = 1.
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like I say, this is the final generation of the repros of the 2007 accession that will be made through the site

you're right to note the bottle-kneck in the initial repro

Ellis tells me that has used a mix of generations for the most recent run and used seeds only from plants that are vigorous and true to type, so in that sense there has been a degree of inbreeding and selection

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if Ellis wanna try my seeds and compare them he is welcome no problem and it will be free!
Thanks for the offer, but I've no interest in escalting to publishing our private messages. I think this conversation has run its course
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Old 08-14-2018, 04:04 AM #383
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It does seem a bit disrespectful to sell seeds of a line you bought when the breeder still sells them. Just imagine if I made a stardawg f3 bx2 and sold it claiming I made some selections so it’s a different line now LOL.

Just because some selection was done doesn’t make it a different strain. Why not be original and make something of your own and sell it.
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Homogeneous strong IBL may be a different brand. Adaptive plants curve weathered life experiences and transmit epigenetic data to seed. heterogeneous plants may be plethora plant expressions in one.

What if somebody wanted seed weathered from somewhere different providing characteristics saving time. When is it crime to ask return for demand?
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It does seem a bit disrespectful to sell seeds of a line you bought when the breeder still sells them. Just imagine if I made a stardawg f3 bx2 and sold it claiming I made some selections so it’s a different line now LOL.

Just because some selection was done doesn’t make it a different strain. Why not be original and make something of your own and sell it.
We talk about a landrace with multiple variations unworked except by farmers at its source and in its biotop. Well far from a indoor stabiliz or hybrided occidental line i mean. With some landrace kind of seeds the selection is important, there is hemp, mutant, herma et cetera to clean up. And that's without mention the aromas, terpenes and differents cannabinoids effects possible like the THCV in this MIS. In real you can build at less 10 kinds of Stardawg weed with just a good landrace handle of seeds from Afghani or Pakistan. ++ years of work certainely...
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In nature a very small percentage of seeds actually germ and grow to maturity .
By taking them from their home and reproing in a different environment how is this affecting natural selection ?


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By taking them from their home and reproing in a different environment how is this affecting natural selection ?
I don't believe these are wild plants.

So natural selection is not involved regardless where they are grown.
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I don't believe these are wild plants.

So natural selection is not involved regardless where they are grown.



they're grown outside, in fields, at the mercy of nature.. even if there's some human intervention there's still a natural selection happening.
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they're grown outside, in fields, at the mercy of nature.. even if there's some human intervention there's still a natural selection happening.
I think you mean local adaptation is occurring and that's not quite the same as natural selection alone.

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I think in alot of feilds there is some degree of human selection. Weakest plants tossed ect. I guess im not really sure, more of an assumption. Lol. To what degree this intervention effects the next population is up for debate.
Local adaptation for sure also. I would assume again human selection would help speed up this local adaptation. Ex: if plants survive but mold, those would be tossed, where as maybe seeds would make it from these plants in some natural circumstances, but most likely not ongoing in the long term.
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