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Analysis of the anthocyanin pigment content in the plum cultivars with the different time of maturity






Acta Horticulturae: 163-166

Analysis of the anthocyanin pigment content in the plum cultivars with the different time of maturity

Two varieties of Prunus domestica were examined; Ruth Gerstatter is the earliest maturing variety while Pozegaca is late maturing.


Accession: 000597004



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