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Re: RE:Hyb: Frank Adams and malvidin.

irischapman@netscape.net wrote:
A better process to use for what they were doing would be HPLC or Gas chromatography which wasn't available at that time...........
How about infrared spectrascopy?  That was what we used most in biochemistry lab some 25 or more years ago when I took that course.
I don't remember if we did anthocyanins.  We did lycopenes, checked percentages of chlorophyls A, B, and C.  And many other things.

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