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The flavonoid pathway leading to anthocyanin biosynthesis in maize is controlled by multiple regulatory genes and induced by various developmental and environmental factors. We have investigated the effect of the regulatory loci R, B, and f / on anthocyanin accumulation and on the expression of four genes ( C2, A l , 621, and 822) in the biosynthetic pathway during an inductive light treatment. The results show that light-mediated anthocyanin biosynthesis is regulated solely by R; thedoi:10.2307/3868924 pmid:2136630 fatcat:zvqpzpo7mvhnvcgtpexbbwxg5y