Anthocyanin biosynthetic genes in Brassica rapa

Conclusions: These results will promote an understanding of the genetic mechanism of anthocyanin biosynthesis, as well as help the improvement of the nutritional quality of B. rapa through the breeding of high anthocyanin content varieties.
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