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isolating strains?
    #897545 - 09/21/02 01:55 PM (21 years, 8 months ago)

What this buisness with isolating strains? Is this akin to breeding wolves into domestic dogs? Is it possible to create a new strain?

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Re: isolating strains? [Re: myshoeisuntied]
    #897563 - 09/21/02 02:04 PM (21 years, 8 months ago)

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What this buisness with isolating strains



People usually isolate strains so that they are able to work with a single and predictable genetic expression. This is very similar to why marijuana growers like to use clones.

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Is this akin to breeding wolves into domestic dogs?



Not really. It's more like breeding many litters at once, picking out the best dog, and then making clones from it.

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it possible to create a new strain?



I'm sure it's possible, but I don't think the effort would be worth it.


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Re: isolating strains? [Re: mickey_rourke]
    #913320 - 09/27/02 08:07 PM (21 years, 8 months ago)

Not really a new strain, because although the isolate may perform well, the spores that these fruits will produce will be very similar to the original mushroom spore-print and not an improved genetic version like the isolate


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