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Canbin Chen, Pengyang Wu, Fangfang Xie, Luyang Sun, Yemiao Xing, Qingzhu Hua, Zhike Zhang, Jianye Chen, Jietang Zhao, Guibing Hu, Yonghua Qin, Jiaqiang Li, and Yaoxiong Ye

’ were oblate, elliptic, and circular, whereas their colors were purple red, red, and cream with dark red, respectively ( Fig. 4A1–A3 ). ‘Hongshuijing’ had a purple calyx with strong red bracts. ‘Hongguan No. 1’ had a green calyx with weak red bracts

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Wei Wu, Shijia Wen, Tangkai Feng, Guoke Chen, and Bo Yang

leaves are both red, four to eight flowers are arranged in short spikes, and the petals are ribbon-like. The color of the flowers varies from pink to purple, and flowers can bloom multiple times a year, aperiodically. As a result, L. chinense var

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Thomas J. Molnar, Megan Muehlbauer, Phillip A. Wadl, and John M. Capik

random mottling (typical mottling colors include 187A Greyed-Purple Group, 183A Greyed-Purple, 53A Red, 46A Red, 43A Red, and 9A Yellow). Abaxial surfaces are a shade lighter from 138B to 138A. Inflorescences of ‘Rutpink’ are single flowers in dense

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Vladislav M. Ognjanov, Maja Miodragović, Goran Barać, Mirjana Ljubojević, Jovana Dulić, Mirjana Sekulić, and Tijana Narandžić

medium vigor cultivar with open spreading tree habit, precocious, high cropping, consistently productive with outstanding fruit quality. Its medium to large dark purple red, low pubescence and firm fruit makes it different to its original cultivar

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Lulu Zhang, Yunfei Mao, Yunyun Wang, Lu Yang, Yijun Yin, Xiang Shen, Canhong Zhang, and Duojiao Zhang

inner side was pink (RHS-68C), the basal zone of the inner side of the petal was pink-violet (RHS-75D), and the outer side was purple-red (RHS-N57A). Flowers of ‘Duojiao’ had light-green pistils, yellow anthers, and white filaments ( Fig. 3 ). Similar to

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Nancy Santana-Buzzy, Adriana Canto-Flick, Eduardo Balam-Uc, and Marta Alvarez Gil

extracted from ripe fruits and conserved individually. The following characters were used as the selection criteria: color of fruit (red), number of loculi (3–4), length and diameter of the fruit, days to flower, weight of fruit, and number of fruits per

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John R. Stommel, Gordon J. Lightbourn, Brenda S. Winkel, and Robert J. Griesbach

produced purple flowers, black immature fruit, and black foliage. These inbred lines share a common pedigree but are divergent for anthocyanin pigmentation. Flavonoid analysis. Analytical high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) ( Griesbach et

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Dan E. Parfitt, Craig E. Kallsen, Brent Holtz, and Joseph Maranto

, somewhat angular in cross-section, without wings, greenish RHS 138A-B to RHS139C-D, with some having a purple–red tint (RHS 46A) at the base. Production Comparisons Flowering date. ‘Randy’ flowers ≈1 week before ‘Peters’ ( Fig. 3

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Ji Tian, Ke-ting Li, Shi-ya Zhang, Jie Zhang, Ting-ting Song, Yong-jun Zhu, and Yun-cong Yao

level of the McMYB10 promoter and the expression level of McMYB10 in ‘Flame’. Discussion Anthocyanins are a class of secondary metabolites that contribute to the red, blue, and purple colors of a range of leaves, flowers, and fruits. Previous studies

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Amir Rezazadeh, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

Red firespike is a vigorous ornamental shrub growing to ≈6 ft in height. It has an upright growth habit and is commonly cultivated as an ornamental plant in the garden due to its attractive tubular red flowers ( Daniel, 1995 ). The plant has