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From: Transcriptome analysis of radish sprouts hypocotyls reveals the regulatory role of hydrogen-rich water in anthocyanin biosynthesis under UV-A

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Anthocyanin accumulation and H2 release in radish sprouts hypocotyls. a The morphology of radish sprouts after 36 h light exposure. Seedlings were cultured under white light (W) or UV-A radiation (UV-A), and the nutrient solution (quarter-strength Hoagland’s solution) were prepared with distilled water or HRW (100% saturation). Scale bar = 1 cm. b Total anthocyanin content in the hypocotyls of radish sprouts in different culture time. c Hydrogen (H2) release in radish sprouts upon UV-A and HRW treatment. Values are the means ± SE of three independent experiments. Bars with different letters are significantly different at P < 0.05 according to Duncan’s multiple range test

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