Subject: How is anthocyanin produced in autumn leaves?
Date: Fri Oct 15 07:09:09 1999
Posted by Sue
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Biochemistry
I understand that anthocyanins are formed by a reaction between sugars
in high concentration and certain proteins in cell sap in the presence of
light. But what is the actual mechanism?
Re: How is anthocyanin produced in autumn leaves?
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