Flavonoid genetics of the 28-chromosome “Siberian” Iris

@article{Vaughn2004FlavonoidGO,
  title={Flavonoid genetics of the 28-chromosome “Siberian” Iris},
  author={K. Vaughn and T. A. Lyerla},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={51},
  pages={247-248}
}
SummaryA Chromatographic survey of flavonoids in the various flower color mutants of the 28-chromosome “Siberian” Iris (series Sibiricae subseries Sibiricae) was conducted using mutants of known genotype (Vaughn 1974). Mutants at the C locus contain the malvidin glycoside ensatin, indicating that this gene locus may control methylation of delphinidin. Clear white, a mutation at the W locus, results in the production of flavones in excess. 
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