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Mutation in axillary buds of trees overcoming self-incompatability?
I seem to recall from either reading or lecture that there have been instances of trees that are self-incompatible accumulating enough mutations in an axillary bud that the resulting branch was able ...
Oct 11 '12 at 4:02
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