POR | Protochlorophilide oxidoreductase (10 ĩl)
AS05 067-10 Clonality: Polyclonal Host: Rabbit Reactivity: A. thaliana, Cyanobacteria, G. max, H. vulgare, O. sativa, P. sativum, T. aestivum
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native wheat POR protein isolated from a gel piece
36-37 kDa (Arabidopsis thaliana)
Chlorophylls are one of the most abundant classes of natural pigments and have an essential role in radiant energy absorptions during photosynthesis in bacteria, algae, and higher plants. Chlorophylls occur as noncovalently bound components of pigment-protein complexes, chloroplast-localized light-harvesting antennas LHC and photosynthetic reaction centers of PSI and PSII. Upon illumination the arrest in chlorophyll biosynthesis is ended and the etiolated parts of the plant and enzymatic photoreduction of protochlorophyllide (Pchlide) to chlorophyllide (Chlide), catalysed by POR enzyme.
Yang et al. (2018). Effect of interactions between light intensity and red-to- far-red ratio on the photosynthesis of soybean leaves under shade condition. photosynthesis of soybean leaves under shade condition. Environ. Exp. Bot. Volume 150, June 2018, Pages 79-87.
Sakuraba et al. (2013). The rice faded green leaf locus encodes protochlorophyllideoxidoreductase B and is essential for chlorophyll synthesis under high light conditions. Plant J.
Yuan et al. (2012).Assembly of NADPH:protochlorophyllideoxido reductase complex is needed for effective greening of barley seedlings. J. Plant Physiol. June 13.
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