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• Quina, F. H., Moreira, P. F., Vautier-Giongo, C., Rettori, D., Rodrigues, R. F., Freitas, A. A., … & Maçanita, A. L. (2009). Photochemistry of anthocyanins and their biological role in plant tissues. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 81(9), 1687-1694.