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  1. The plan is to cross these to an autoMalawi. My friend who grows them is not interested in dwarfs, but is looking for exceptionally big plants. The AutoGambians impress him more then the autoMalawi's. But he could not find a male in them!
  2. Auto-Gambians in 2019: outdoors and in guerilla.
  3. I harvested the most promising of the indoor f3's, and am sorting out the seeds. Meanwhile, my southern friend grows 3 "auto-malawi's" outdoor. He is selecting AGAINST the Shackzilla-influence. These are the best tree out af a batch of 20 seeds. He also grows a few of my auto-Gambians, and is impressed with them. I'll update that topic with a few pictures of those, soon. To be continued...
  4. One of the two seeds is hollow. So, nothing to compare.
  5. So, most Americans are not truly honest? Good to know.
  6. What the fuck are you talking about? Are you going insane?
  7. My Belgian friend started a new group of Automalzillas: He selected two females out of the first group. They will be pollinated with pollen from males #2, 3 and 4. To be continued...
  8. Nowadays? Yiddish is the historical language of the Ashkenazi Jews. It originated during the 9th century[4] in Central Europe, providing the nascent Ashkenazi community with a High German-based vernacular fused with elements taken from Hebrew and Aramaic as well as from Slavic languages and traces of Romance languages.[5][6][7] Yiddish is written with a fully vocalized version of the Hebrew alphabet.
  9. If they are a boy and a girl, they are clearly NOT identical. You will see that when you change their diapers. In 99.9% of cases boy/girl twins are non-identical. However, in some extremely rare cases resulting from a genetic mutation, identical twins from an egg and sperm which began as male (XY) can develop into a male / female pair. This happens when the fertilised egg 'loses' one of the copies of the Y chromosome when it is dividing into two embryos in very early development. The resulting babies are then male (XY) and female (XO). The normal genetic make-up of a girl is XX. An XO baby is outwardly a girl, but her cells only have one copy of the X chromosome. This condition is called Turner Syndrome
  10. That's impossible, Saxo. Identical (monozygotic) twins are always of the same sex because they form from a single zygote (fertilized egg) that contains either male (XY) or female (XX) sex chromosomes.
  11. Thanks, Papalag! The picture was shot using the macro setting, then I cropped it. It's my Malzilla, I was checking if the seeds were getting ripe, then I saw them. These two seeds look ripe enough, I think I'll harvest them and see if they are identical twins.
  12. Could they be identical twins?
  13. Two seeds growing in one calyx:
  14. Traits can be passed on independant from each other. Mendel's second law.
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