- Chloroplast pigments
- Photosynthetic pigments
- Plant photoreceptors
- found: Lawrence, E. Henderson's dict. of biological terms, 1995: under photoreceptor (molecule sensitive and responding to light, such as rhodopsin in retina, chlorophyll in plants)
- found: Encyc. of molecular biology, 1994: under photoreceptor (known photoreceptors include: bacteriochlorophyll, bacteriorhodopsin, chlorophyll, cryptochrome, phytochrome, protochlorophyll, rhodopsin, and certain carotenoid, biliprotein, flavoprotein and haem pigments)
- found: Blum, D. The role of red and blue light in leaf and cotyledon expansion, 1998: leaf 12 ("Chlorophyll, which absorbs red and blue light, is by far the most abundant photoreceptor in plants.")
- 1986-02-11: new
- 1999-12-14: revised
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