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RE:HYB: Frank Adams and malvidin.

I understand that some of the Japanese researchers have been using HPLC in
separating the pigments they have been finding in JI's.  The research does go
a bit beyond what Kevin Vaughn had already done with Siberians several years
ago, but the techniques do appear quite refined.

I pulled copies of some abstracts found through "Google" searches on the
Internet.  Feed in enough qualifying words and one can get some rather good
things, provided lots of patience and persistence enter in.

Neil Mogensen  z  7  western NC mountains.

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