- Oct 15, 2017
- Reaction score
- mid-Michigan, USoA
there is a ton of terminology in this that i don't know yet, but it is interesting for sure...
(download the full PDF)
and i think i know what fibular arcs are but i'm guessing at the moment...
With a dominant J, the geno-
type t Z Bip produces self-colored or expansa
patterned seed; t Z/z Bip produces ambigua;
t z Bip produces virgarcus; t z bip produces
bipunctata, and t z Bip Fib produces expansa
with fibula arcs (Bassett and McClean, 2000).
These patterns are illustrated (Fig. 2), except for
expansa with fibula arcs."
what makes this very amusing to me at the moment
is that while doing my sorting last week i noticed some
beans with some fine white lines along the spot where
the bean connects to the pod. i'm guessing that these
are fibula arcs.
and extra funny in this particular case is that which i'd
like to see an example of is explicitly not in the figures...