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Fig. S1 High light induces anthocyanin accumulation in the skin of Aft/Aft atv/atv fruit.

Fig. S2 Seeds of Aft/Aft atv/atv fruit accumulate anthocyanins.

Fig. S3 Delayed over-ripening is directly associated with anthocyanin production.

Fig. S4 Both Aft/Aft atv/atv and PRD fruit predominantly accumulate anthocyanins in the skin.