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Non-volatile profiling using LC-HRMS revealed the interaction between 31 compounds from the anthocyanin biosynthesis pathway and identified their varied abundance based on fragment similarity (Fig. 5b). Amongst anthocyanin derivatives (Supplementary Fig. 6a), peonidin and cyanidin contribute to magenta and reddish-purple color respectively at neutral pH. In contrast, kaempferol, apigenin and quercetin derivatives give rise to a yellow-orange hue46,47,48. The color intensity contributed by various anthocyanin derivatives in the flower and leaf PMJ was consistent with the ion abundance of the respective anthocyanin compound from LC-HRMS profiling (Supplementary Fig. 6b). This observation is also consistent with the reddish-purple observed pigment phenotype of the flower (Fig. 1a). Overall, among the flower parts profiled using LC-HRMS (Supplementary Fig. 6b), the highest abundance of anthocyanins was found in the labellum (1.34 e7), followed by dorsal sepal and lateral petal (both are 1.17 e6) and lastly, gynostemium (9.0 e6).
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