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The light oxygen voltage (LOV) domain is a flavin-binding blue-light receptor domain, originally found in a plant photoreceptor… Expand Plants and algae often absorb too much light-more than they can actually use in photosynthesis. To prevent photo-oxidative damage… Expand Epoxyxanthophylls (epoxide-containing xanthophylls), a group of carotenoids, are ubiquitously distributed in edible plants. Among… Expand Abstract Chloroplasts gather in areas irradiated with weak light to maximize photosynthesis (the accumulation response). They… Expand Microalgae have become an important commercial source of carotenoids and microalgae-derived functional foods are consumed by… Expand Although most plant species from algae to flowering plants use blue light for inducing phototropism and chloroplast movement… Expand The content of individual chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments is determined in three spinach varieties (Lorelei, Springfield, and… Expand Neoxanthin, a major carotenoid in green leafy vegetables, was reported to exhibit potent antiproliferative effect via apoptosis… Expand An HPLC method was developed to determine the various carotenoids in Taiwanese mango (Mangifera indica L.). Initially, the peel… Expand Chlorophyll and carotenoid pigments from six cultivars of processed green peas (Avola, Tristar, Rampart, Turon, Bella, and… Expand