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Marigold (Tagetes erecta L.) is an important ornamental plant with a wide variety of flower colors. Despite its economic value, few biochemical and molecular studies have explored the generation of flower color in this species. Results: To study the mechanism underlying marigold petal color, we performed a metabolomics analysis and de novo cDNA sequencing on the inbred line 'V-01' and its petal color mutant 'V-01M' at four flower developmental stages. A total of 49,217 unigenes were identifieddoi:10.21203/rs.2.17549/v1 fatcat:futdmg25kveuhfjlwjxerresvi