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Genetically controlled anthocyanin synthesis in cell cultures of Matthiola incana

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Abstract

Callus cultures were derived from different parts of 8 anthocyanin producing and 2 white flowering lines of the crucifer Matthiola incana. The tissue cultures of the cyanic lines were shown to produce genotype specific anthocyanin patterns, whereas in the calli of the acyanic lines no anthocyanin synthesis occured.

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Abbreviations

IAA:

indoleacetic acid

2,4-D:

dichlorophenoxyacetic acid

MeOH:

methanol

Et2O:

ether

ETOAc:

ethylacetate

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Leweke, B., Forkmann, G. Genetically controlled anthocyanin synthesis in cell cultures of Matthiola incana . Plant Cell Reports 1, 98–100 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00272362

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Keywords

  • Cell Culture
  • Tissue Culture
  • Callus Culture
  • Flowering Line
  • White Flowering