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Re: HYB:seedlings:2011 - identifying t

  • Subject: Re: HYB:seedlings:2011 - identifying t
  • From: Linda Mann <lmann@lock-net.com>
  • Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 14:20:14 -0400

 

Oops... had anthocyanin on the brain. Thanks for the correction, Chuck.

That makes it a lot easier than hot water... just need a ziplock with
some clear vials full of rubbing alcohol.

Anybody know a supplier of small clear plastic (pill bottle size) screw
cap containers?

<Need alcohol soak to remove beta carotene. As lycopene is only slightly
soluble in alcohol it will be left behind. As beards are yellow there
would not be much proabilyt of lycopene present. With three dosages
ot "t" gene the yellow beards become somewhat orange.

Chuck Chapman>



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