John Clancy clanks at
Thu Feb 8 14:45:27 EST 1996

i'm doing a phase two of a science fair project on anthocyanins, a
flavonoid found in roses, red cabbge and african violets.  i read that
they can change the plant's color when subjected to acids or bases, but
my results last year were inconclusive...this year, i'm doing a better
job, but i really don't have enough data on anthocyanins; i guess
they're pretty obscure.
if anyone can help me i'd really appreciate it.

katie (this is my father's comp)

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