- La chlorophylle (mot composé en 1816 à partir du grec ancien χλωρός / khlôrós (« vert ») et φύλλον /
- Isolé en 1816 par Joseph Bienaimé Caventou et Joseph Pelletier, ce pigment,
- (biochemistry) Any of a group of green pigments that are found in the chloroplasts of plants and in other photosynthetic organisms such as cyanobacteria.
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- HPLC can resolve most chlorophylls and carotenoids, including their degradation products such as pheophytins and pheophorbides, as long as relevant pigment standards are available [5 ].
- Briefly, chlorophyll autofluorescence was measured as infrared (PE-Cy7-A) and far red (PerCP-Cy5.5-A) fluorescence and plotted as cytograms of infrared vs. far red (sample cytograms in S2 fig ).
- As found for chlorophyll most of the other micromolecules identified were found in lower concentration in the cells of chlorotic cultures.