The modification of Anthocyanin biosynthesis in dicotyledonous plants
The aim of this study was to modify the pattern of anthocyanin biosynthesis in dicotyledonous plants, in particular legumes, using four different anthocyanin regulatory genes and two promoters. The anthocyanin regulatory genes consisted of a matched pair from maize and a mismatched pair from two dicotyledonous species of plants. In order to accomplish this aim, a series of vectors were made that enabled expression of the genes following both transient and stable transformation experiments...[Show more]
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