Much detailed information has been collected on the numerous translocations under study. I do not feel that this information would be of enough general interest to be reported in raw form in the News Letter. Some time I hope to get it organized in more useful form. Here are a few miscellaneous items, and a brief statement on the practical use of translocations.

1. A plant homozygous for T1-2c but heterozygous for striate and pericarp color (repulsion) backcrossed gave +P28, +p49, sr P43, sr p25 showing linkage with about 37 per cent crossing over. Since T1-2c is very close to sr, this places it to the left of sr, substantiating the indications from previous data submitted by Emerson and by myself.