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Changes of Anthocyanin Component Biosynthesis in ‘Summer Black’ Grape Berries after the Red Flesh Mutation Occurred

Volume: 66, Issue: 35, Pages: 9209 - 9218
Published: Aug 9, 2018
Abstract
The coloring process of grape flesh is valuable for research and promotion of the high nutritional quality of anthocyanins. 'Summer Black' and it is new red flesh mutant were used to analyze the changes of anthocyanin biosynthesis during grape berry development. Eighteen kinds of anthocyanins were detected in mature berries of the two cultivars, but the content of most 3'- and 3',5'-substituted anthocyanins was higher in the skin of the mutant....
Paper Details
Title
Changes of Anthocyanin Component Biosynthesis in ‘Summer Black’ Grape Berries after the Red Flesh Mutation Occurred
Published Date
Aug 9, 2018
Volume
66
Issue
35
Pages
9209 - 9218
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