Additional file 7: Figure S7. of The crucial role of PpMYB10.1 in anthocyanin accumulation in peach and relationships between its allelic type and skin color phenotype

‘Akatsuki’ usually shows white flesh, but can accumulate anthocyanin to some extent depending on the ripening stages and environmental conditions, which are not yet fully addressed. In contrast, ‘Mochizuki’ seldom shows red pigmentation in its flesh. (a) Photographs of fruit flesh. (b) Total anthocyanin content. (c) Expression levels of PpMYB10.1/2/3 in the flesh of ‘Mochizuki’ and ‘Akatsuki’ during fruit development. Height of bars and error bars shows the mean and standard error, respectively, from three independent measurements. (JPG 751 kb)