Methyl jasmonate induces anthocyanin accumulation in Gynura bicolor cultured roots

@article{Shimizu2010MethylJI,
  title={Methyl jasmonate induces anthocyanin accumulation in Gynura bicolor cultured roots},
  author={Yasuhiro Shimizu and Kazuhiro Maeda and Mika Kato and Koichiro Shimomura},
  journal={In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant},
  year={2010},
  volume={46},
  pages={460-465}
}
Gynura bicolor DC., a traditional vegetable in Japan, is cultivated as Kinjisou and Suizenjina in Ishikawa and Kumamoto prefectures, respectively. The adaxial side of the leaves of G. bicolor grown in a field is green, and the abaxial side is reddish purple. It has been reported that these reddish purple pigments are anthocyanins. Although we established a culture system of G. bicolor, the leaves of G. bicolor plants grown under our culture conditions showed green color on both sides of all… CONTINUE READING

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