Phenotypic differences in anthocyanin accumulation among clonally related cultured cells of carrot

Abstract

Subclones from a wild carrot cell culture have been examined for their anthocyanin accumulation in the absence and presence of DMSO and 4-coumaric acid, naringenin, dihydroquercetin or leucocyanidin. Subclones that accumulate no or extremely low levels of anthocyanin do not increase their anthocyanin accumulation when treated with DMSO or intermediates… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00033639

Topics

6 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@article{Vogelien2004PhenotypicDI, title={Phenotypic differences in anthocyanin accumulation among clonally related cultured cells of carrot}, author={Dale L. Vogelien and Geza Hrazdina and Stuart Reeves and Donald K. Dougall}, journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture}, year={2004}, volume={22}, pages={213-222} }