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Posted by Don Soderberg on May 05, 2003 at 09:51:24:
In Reply to: Anery "A" ...n/p posted by Marcel Poots on May 05, 2003 at 06:26:33:
Just the overall look. If they breed this to a charcoal, I suspect they'll either get no charcoals or part of the clutch will be charcoals if it is het. for charcoal. I haven't seen every corn in the world, but I've had and seen many of both anerythristics. This one just says "anery.A" all over it. I have some anerythristic "A" corns with ZERO yellow on them. Many more with very little like the picture posted here.
His acid test is to breed it to a snow or anerythristic "A". OR to a blizzard or anery. "B" (charcoal). It will be easy to find out what it is unless it's homozygous for both. I have blizzards that are homozygous for anerythristic so I presume that charcoal phenotypically overrides anerythristic when homozygous for both anerys. I don't know that for sure. Just going by my blizzard that is homozygous for anerythristic.