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Synonyms for chlorophyll

any of a group of green pigments found in photosynthetic organisms

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Thus, chlorophylls, carotenoids and flavonoids may contribute to maintaining a balanced physiological state in the plant tissues (Stintzing and Carle, 2004).
Chlorophylls and carotenoids: pigments of photosynthetic biomembranes.
This is a very important new development and is the first new type of chlorophyll discovered in an oxygenic organism in 60 years," says biological chemist Robert Blankenship of Washington University in St.
Regardless of the instrument used, when the sensors receive the signal, they provide a single reading that is proportional to chlorophylls a and b and to the total in a dimensionless unit (FALKER AUTOMACAO AGRICOLA, 2008; MINOLTA CAMERA COMPANY, 1989).
The center stage of photosynthesis is the reaction center, where light energy is funneled into specialized chlorophyll binding proteins.
Chlorophyll fluorescence and chlorophyll content in field-grown potato as affected by nitrogen supply, genotype, and plant age.
Chlorophyll A levels ranged from 125 to 228 mg per 100 grams of tea.
Chlorophyll a was estimated by the method of Mackiney [6].
German colleagues from the University of Wurzburg in Huub de Groots team modified chlorophylls from the alga Spirulina, such that they resembled the pigments of bacteria.
German colleagues from the University of Wurzburg in Huub de Groot's team modified chlorophylls from the alga Spirulina, such that they resembled the pigments of bacteria.
This figure clearly illustrates that total chlorophylls content for non cryopreserved PLBs (-LN) were higher than cryopreserved PLBs (+LN).
several students, depending on the size of the class, designated as chlorophylls a and b, and carotenes and xanthophylls in the antenna complex
New spectrophotometric equations for determining chlorophylls a, b, c1 and c2 in higher plants, algae, and natural plankton.
The most important indicator of the assimilation activity of plants is the content of chlorophylls a and b, carotinoids in leaves (Table 1).