chlorophyllide

chlor·o·phyl·lide

, chlorophyllid (klōr'ō-fil-īd, lid),
The remaining portion of a chlorophyll molecule when the phytyl group is removed.
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POR: This is protochlorophyllide oxido reductase, which is involved in the conversion of protochlorophyllide to chlorophyllide (Chlide).
When a chlorophyll molecule breaks down, chlorophyllides will be produced and after opening prophyrin rings are moved to vacuole [26].