Identification and characterization of an anthocyanin mutant...

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C435S320100, C435S419000, C800S282000, C800S295000, C800S298000

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ABSTRACT:
The present invention is directed to a novel plant phenotype, designated Anthocyanin 1 (ANT1), a nucleic acid sequence expressed in plants demonstrating the ANT1 phenotype and the corresponding amino acid sequence. Also provided are plant cells and plants that exhibit modified ANT1 expression.

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