Subject: Is the pigment in beetroot cells, anthocyanin or betalain?
Date: Wed Nov 14 05:29:09 2001
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Area of science: Cell Biology
I am doing an investigation into how temperature affects the permiability of
cell membranes. Looking on the internet some articles say that the pigment in
beetroot is anthocyanin and some say it is betalain. Can you explain this mixup
Re: Is the pigment in beetroot cells, anthocyanin or betalain?
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