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It is known, for example, that the anthocyanin pathway includes a common set of structural genes that are active in diverse plant tissues at many different times in the plant life cycle. , 1991). In addition to Vpl two other regulatory genes, Cl andRl, are required for activation of the anthocyanin pathway in the seed. Unlike vpl, the c1 and r1 mutants affect only anthocyanin pigmentation. The Cl and Rl genes encode transcription factors with sequence homology to the myb and myc proteins in animals, respectively.
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