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, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 325–334 | Cite as

Biosynthese van anthocyanen in witbloeiende mutanten van Petunia hybrida

  • K. F. F. Kho
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De rol van enkele anthocyaan-genen bij de biosynthese van anthocyanen inPetunia hybrida werd onderzocht met behulp van een biochemische complementatietechniek en door middel van enzymologisch onderzoek. Door gebruik te maken van witbloeiende mutanten kon worden aangetoond dat de biosynthese van anthocyanen verloopt via dihydroflavonolen als tussenprodukten. In bepaalde witbloeiende mutanten kunnen synthetische precursors met gemodificeerde structuur worden omgezet in anthocyanen met overeenkomstige structuur.

Anthocyanin synthesis in white flowering mutants of Petunia hybrida

Abstract

The role of anthocyanin genes in anthocyanin biosynthesis inPetunia hybrida has been investigated by a complementation technique, and by enzymologic experiments, involving white flowering mutants. It was demonstrated that anthocyanin biosynthesis occursvia dihydroflavonol intermediates. Synthetic precursors with different substitution patterns are converted into analogous anthocyanins in some white flowering mutants.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • K. F. F. Kho
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Vakgroep PlantenfysiologieUniversiteit van AmsterdamHolland
  2. 2.Medicopharma, Cornelis van Uitgeeststraat 2Zaandam

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