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Re: Re: HYB: Pigments 101

In a message dated 11/29/00 5:38:57 AM Mountain Standard Time, Linda Mann 

 So instead of pink, you get orange! >>

Uhhhh.......   not exactly.  In this case, the appearance would be shaded 
toward lavender, at best.  At worst, the red/violet/purple would be so dark 
as to overwhelm the pink.  

Perhaps you are thinking of the greyish orange to rust colors that can be 
obtained by combining the yellow and yellow-orange carotenes with 

Because we were working with a fictitious cross we completely ignored the 
xanthophylls, which are of greater importance in obtaining clear oranges.  

Sharon McAllister

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