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Pigment Biosynthesis in Plants

Shows the biosynthetic pathways that lead to the synthesis of carotenoids and anthocyanins in plants.
biochemical reactions leading to the synthesis of complex molecules are organized in multi-step pathways that underlay metabolic control and the regulation of gene expression pigment biosynthesis,regulation of gene expression,biosynthetic pathways,metabolic control,anthocyanins,biochemical reactions,gene regulation,carotenoids,molecules,synthesis,plants
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