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Effect of parent's plum cultivars on the optical density of anthocyanins in the fruit skin of F1 generation

, : Effect of parent's plum cultivars on the optical density of anthocyanins in the fruit skin of F1 generation. Acta Horticulturae: 83-88

The parents and hybrids from the following crosses were studied: Stanley X President, Stanley X Prunus domestica 'Pozegaca' and Stanley X Ersinger Fruhzwetscho. Increased blueness resulted from increased optical density of anthocyanins; yellow and rose fruits had low optical densities.

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