Why leaves turn red - Pigments called anthocyanins probably protect leaves from light damage by direct shielding and by scavenging free radicals Article

Lee, DW, Gould, KS. (2002). Why leaves turn red - Pigments called anthocyanins probably protect leaves from light damage by direct shielding and by scavenging free radicals . AMERICAN SCIENTIST, 90(6), 10.1511/2002.39.794



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  • Lee, DW; Gould, KS

publication date

  • 2002

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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

volume

  • 90

issue

  • 6

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