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Photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic pigments in croton varieties

, : Photosynthetic and non-photosynthetic pigments in croton varieties. Journal of the Andaman Science Association 4(1): 77-78

Variations in Codiaeum variegatum leaf colour are due to variations in the proportions of photosynthetic (chlorophylls-a and -b and carotenoids) and non-photosynthetic (anthocyanins) pigments. A study was conducted to determine the extent of variability in the pigment composition in leaves of C. variegatum cultivars. The data are tabulatd. The highest chlorophyll-a and -b contents were observed in Muddana followed by Bomnu and Valmiki, with the lowest in IIHR-126.

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