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Re: Re:HYB: pigment Crazy For You


Walter

It was in an article I found on the web. I forget the publishers names. But
if you do a search it will come up.

Colleen
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Walter Pickett" <waltseed2@yahoo.com>
To: <iris@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2005 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: [iris] Re:HYB: pigment Crazy For You


> Where was this article published?
> Walter
>
> Colleen Modra <colleen@impressiveirises.com.au> wrote:
> Chuck
>
> Thought you might be interested in this article I found this morning
>
> New types of major anthocyanins detected in Japanese garden iris and its
> wild forms
>
> T. Yabuya
> Division of Biotechnology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Agriculture,
Miyazaki
> University, Miyazaki 889-2192, Japan
>
>
> T. Imayama
> Division of Biotechnology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Agriculture,
Miyazaki
> University, Miyazaki 889-2192, Japan
>
>
> T. Shimomura
> Division of Biotechnology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Agriculture,
Miyazaki
> University, Miyazaki 889-2192, Japan
>
>
> R. Urushihara
> Division of Biotechnology and Biochemistry, Faculty of Agriculture,
Miyazaki
> University, Miyazaki 889-2192, Japan
>
>
> M. Yamaguchi
> Department of Food Science and Technology, Minami-Kyushu University,
> Takanabe, Miyazaki 884-0003, Japan
>
> Abstract
>
> The anthocyanins of 130 cultivars, 13 lines and 3 wild forms of Iris
ensata
> were analyzed by HPLC, and these plants were classified into 16 types of
> major anthocyanins. Among these types, 8 types such as petunidin 3RGac5G -
> delphinidin 3RGac5G, delphinidin 3RGac5G - petunidin 3RGac5G, cyanidin
> 3RGac5G - peonidin 3RGac5G, delphinidin 3RG - delphinidin 3RGac, petunidin
> 3RG5G - malvidin 3RG5G, malvidin 3RG5G - peonidin 3RG5G, peonidin 3RG5G -
> cyanidin 3RG5G and peonidin 3RG - cyanidin 3RG were obtained as new types.
> In these new types, peonidin 3RG - cyanidin 3RG and peonidin 3RG5G -
> cyanidin 3RG5G types were noteworthy because cyanidin 3RG and cyanidin
3RG5G
> are useful for the breeding of red flowers in I. ensata.
>
>
> Keywords
> anthocyanins, cyanidin 3RG, cyanidin 3RG5G, flower color breeding, HPLC
> analysis, Iris ensata
>
> Article ID: 273836
>
>
>
> Colleen Modra
> Adelaide Hills AUST
> zone 8/9
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From:
> To:
> Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2005 7:32 AM
> Subject: [iris] Re:HYB: pigment Crazy For You
>
>
> > From: "Colleen Modra"
> > Subject: Re: [iris] Re:HYB: ?pigment Crazy For You
> >
> > What I was saying is that it is basically a pale pink amoena with rose
> > anthocyanin stripes.
> >
> >
> > There are five main groups of anthocyanins.
> > pelargondin, Peonidin, Cyanidin, Petunidin, deplphinidin, and Malvidin.
In
> bearded iris by far the most common anthocyanin pigment is delphinidin in
> its many forms with sugars and hydroxyls connected at two different
> atatchement points and the chemicals attatched to these attatchments. Of
the
> other pigments the only other one to be found is Malvidin and it had only
> been found in the cultivar of Frank Adams, and not identified as being in
> any other cultivars. Malvidin is found in fushias and many other flowers,
> but always in conjunction with delphinidin. The pigment floridor had also
> been found in the diploid Florador and a couple of seedlings but so far
has
> never been identified in any tetraploids. (WOI pg 360-364)
> >
> > So, the anthocyanin pigment is any of the forms of deplphinidin which
can
> have many shadings but all violet/purple, not too wide a range. A lot of
> intensity diferences though.
> >
> > There are also the flavanoids, which are water soluble and as I
discovered
> via kitchen chemistry, more common then previously thougt. These are cream
> and light yellow and can really change the tone and the appearance of the
> cartenoid and the light shades of anthocyanins.
> >
> > Chuck Chapman
> >
> >
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