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The cleavage of phaeophorbide a is located in the envelope of barley gerontoplasts


Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Paris 34(1): 55-59
The cleavage of phaeophorbide a is located in the envelope of barley gerontoplasts
Upon the isolation of practically chlorophyll-free envelope membranes from purified barley Baraka gerontoplasts the activity of phaeophorbide a oxygenase per unit of protein increased 10 to 20 fold.


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