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Old 01-09-2004, 07:07 PM
Beth Winters
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Default flavonoids at low temperatures



I am running a stress experiment, and would like to get my
Arabidopsis plants to produce
as many flavonoids as possible in a short time. I plan to grow
them at cold temperatures. Do you have any suggestions as to what
temperature and light
conditions (or any other conditions) would be best for this
purpose?
Thanks for your help!

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