I do not agree about th fact that an albino plant cuold live a short life
there are a lot os albino plants but because they are not really nice to see
they are not produced probably the found plant was one gene expressed from a
plant that was reproducted from half normal and half albino or generally it
has got granparents albino
giorgio Waiting for reply!!!
Diana Wolf ha scritto nel messaggio ...
>It's probably albino - I've seen seedlings (of other species) without
>chloroplasts, though they don't usually live very long
>>In article <6ndv6f$dp8$1 at cadmium.aware.nl>, ronald.brussen at tip.nl wrote:
>>> I live near to a forrest in Holland.
>> There I found under a Beech tree some young plants with the same shaped
>> as the Beech.
>> Only one has white leafs and a red-brown stem, where the others have
>> leafs and stem.
>>>> Is this a plant with a disease or a albino plant ?
>>>>>> With kind regards
>>>>ronald.brussen at tip.nl>>--