chlorophyl


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Noun1.chlorophyl - any of a group of green pigments found in photosynthetic organismschlorophyl - any of a group of green pigments found in photosynthetic organisms; there are four naturally occurring forms
chlorophyll a - a blue-black plant pigment having a blue-green alcohol solution; found in all higher plants
chlorophyll b - a dark-green plant pigment having a brilliant green alcohol solution; generally characteristic of higher plants
chlorofucin, chlorophyll c - the chlorophyll present in brown algae, diatoms, and flagellates
chlorophyll d - the chlorophyll found (together with chlorophyll a) in red algae
pigment - dry coloring material (especially a powder to be mixed with a liquid to produce paint, etc.)
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These traces are, in fact, chlorophyl, which transforms over time into other substances, such as carotenes, etc., and whose transformation is accelerated by the process of degreening.
The total chlorophyl content in the skin of fruits exposed to ethylene during 48 and 96 h differed from the contro fruits, except for 48 h of exposure using the 10 [micro]L [L.sup.-1] dose.
Results showed that higher chlorophyl contents of the plant may lead for higher photosynthetic rate.
After graduation, McMillon continued to work with Jenkins on commercials and his 2011 short "Chlorophyl." Through their collaboration, they developed a shorthand that proved especially valuable when she and Sanders cut "Moonlight."
8:30 SIMULTANEOUS EXTRACTION OF CHLOROPHYL AND PHYCOCYANINE FROM CYANOBACTERIA WITH OCTANOL-WATER **, Hailey Rials * and J.E.
Its tiny leaves contain calcium, magnesium, protein, potassium, chlorophyl, polyphenol, vitamins C, A, B and B2, and the amino acids, arginine and histidine.
Influence of Temperature Conditions of the Vegetation Period on Chlorophyl Content in the Skin of Apples.