photosynthetic pigments

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photosynthetic pigments

photosynthetic pigments

photosynthetic pigments

photosynthetic pigments

Photosynthetic Pigments: Chlorophylls, Carotenoids, and Phycobilins

Spectrochromatography of photosynthetic pigments as a fingerprinting technique for microbial phototrophs

Flow scintillation counting of 14C-labeled microalgal photosynthetic pigments

Pigment profile in the photosynthetic sea slug Elysia viridis (Montagu, 1804)

Engineering a Platform for Photosynthetic Pigment, Hormone and Cembrane-Related Diterpenoid Production in Nicotiana tabacum

Regional, vertical and seasonal distribution of phytoplankton and photosynthetic pigments in Lake Baikal

Pigment Composition of a Novel Oxygenic Photosynthetic Prokaryote Containing Chlorophyll d as the Major Chlorophyll

Photosynthetic decline and pigment loss during autumn foliar senescence in western larch (Larix occidentalis)

Genetic variability associated with photosynthetic pigment concentration, and photochemical and nonphotochemical quenching, in strains of the cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa

Characterization of photosynthetic pigment composition, photosystem II photochemistry and thermal energy dissipation during leaf senescence of wheat plants grown in the field

Deregulated Chlorophyll b Synthesis Reduces the Energy Transfer Rate Between Photosynthetic Pigments and Induces Photodamage in Arabidopsis thaliana

Responses of foliar photosynthetic electron transport, pigment stoichiometry, and stomatal conductance to interacting environmental factors in a mixed species forest canopy

Changes in the Relaxation of Electrochromic Shifts of Photosynthetic Pigments and in the Levels of mRNA Transcripts in Leaves of Pisum sativum as a Result of Exposure to Supplementary UV-B Radiation. The Dependency on the Intensity of the Photosynthetically Active Radiation


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The pigments responsible for the capture of light energy during the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis. In plants, algae, and cyanobacteria the green pigment chlorophyll a is the primary pigment, absorbing blue and red light (see photosystems I and II). The carotenoids and various other pigments are accessory pigments, absorbing light energy and passing this on to the chlorophyll a molecules.

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