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A lengthy feature at The Scientist dissects the controversy around a 2005 paper that seemed to throw a wrench in the rules of Mendelian inheritance. The paper, out of Susan Lolle and Robert Pruitt's Purdue labs, showed that somehow a "mutant Arabidopsis plant could 'fix itself' back to the wild type and take on the genetics of its grandparents," writes the article.

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