Notes: Anthocyanins of Conelets in the Pinacae
Abstract:Cyanidin 3-glucoside is the most common anthocyanin in the conelets of species of Pseudotsuga, Tsuga, Larix, Picea, Abies and Pinus. Delphinidin 3-glucoside is less common but may occur alone or in mixture with the cyanidin glucoside. Generally male and female conelets contain the same anthocyanins.
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Affiliations: Geneticist, Morris Arboretum University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Publication date: 1966-12-01
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