I have done a lot of research trying to dissect these questions, but I am not having any luck. I would like someone to help me better understand what these. Thanks!
Okay to get started we know that anthocyanin is responsible for coloration in plants resulting in colors of blue, violet,... View the full answer
- So, the presence of anthocyanin doesn't prevent photosynthesis. It just causes the process to be less effective. For the first question, can photsynthesis occur if the leaf ONLY possesses anthocyanin, or would it be unable to survive, because it cannot convert sunlight into food?
- Apr 03, 2018 at 10:30am