Nutrient Deficiency-dependent Anthocyanin Development in Spirodela Polyrhiza L. Schleid

@article{Kumar2004NutrientDA,
  title={Nutrient Deficiency-dependent Anthocyanin Development in Spirodela Polyrhiza L. Schleid},
  author={V. G. Saravana Kumar and Sanjay S. Sharma},
  journal={Biologia Plantarum},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={621-624}
}
Spirodela polyrhiza L. Schleid. plants developed anthocyanin (AC) on the abaxial frond surface when grown on Hoagland nutrient solution diluted 1:≥40; AC content was maximum at 1:80 dilution. Till 1:20 dilution there was no or very little AC formation. The formation of AC seems to rely on the availability of excess carbon skeleton in relation to nitrogen in plants. Thus, addition of saccharose to 1:20 diluted medium resulted in a concentration-dependent AC formation. Also fructose, glucose… Expand
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