3.1.1.14: chlorophyllase

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Word Map on EC 3.1.1.14

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Chlorophyll
+
H2O
=
phytol
+
chlorophyllide

Synonyms

More, chlorophyll chlorophyllido-hydrolyase, Chlase, coronatine-induced protein, CLH, chlorophyllase, chlorophyll-chlorophyllidohydrolase, chlorophyll-chlorophyllide hydrolase, chlorophyll chlorophyllido-hydrolase, chlorophyll-chlorophyllido hydrolase, Chase 1, Chlorophyllase-1, CLH2, CLH3, chlorophyll-chlorophyllido-hydrolase, AtCLH1, AtCLH2, Chlase2, CLH1, Chl-degrading enzyme, chlorophyll chlorophyllidohydrolase, CHL1, chlorophyllase 1, CHlase F1, Chlase F2, DV20_35655, TK50_20200, Micau_5231, chlorophyllase-like, VAB18032_29991, ADK43_31155, IbChlase, chlorophyllase 2, Chlase 2, LK07_10060, ADK38_11350, SL103_16385, Sare_3190, AJAP_22265, FM21_30765, KALB_5797, SAVERM_2604, Y717_00135, Chlorophyllase multi-domain protein, BE15_26615, ADL32_23315, SAMN05660733_05076, UK23_27830, SD37_17575, DF19_10980, TU94_29540, truncated chlorophyllase 2, CYY8467 Chlase2, P354_07750, ADK78_03330, CSB93_3304, chlorophyllase family protein, ERS008530_03671, Theco_3404, DJ93_5833, DM48_2363, BG04_602, F775_31213, HMPREF9554_01030, DR71_1130, DM39_4274, AMTR_s00002p00270990, AW19_2954, ERS008472_03552, Namu_1618, BZ13_341, coronatine-induced protein 1, BOLC2T10484H, CACLH, chlorophyllase type 0, Chlase1, Csa_2G222090, JCGZ_02225, MTR_1g041385, BoCLH1, BOLC5T30519H, Os10g0419600, chlorophyllase-2, POPTR_010G082300, SETIT_9G266700v2, TRIUR3_22141, VIT_07s0151g00110, ZEAMMB73_Zm00001d032926, Nos7524_0754, CyanoCLH, cce_5094, SD80_11705, GKIL_3644, Cha6605_2121, QR77_15265, CJJ17_24065, SGM_2508, BC342_33805, LP52_09115, DJ90_4464, Z051_21130, XU06_03985, BXO91_01455, ADL21_28415, CrCLH1, chlorophyllase1, SAMN05421833_13812, SNA_20280, MAB_3744, BV96_01378, H489_0111595, O3I_013485, FG87_12610, ADL28_40565, YC6258_05192, VZ95_07895, DDY18_06460, LL06_17325, AMED_0735

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     3 Hydrolases
         3.1 Acting on ester bonds
             3.1.1 Carboxylic-ester hydrolases
                3.1.1.14 chlorophyllase

General Information

General Information on EC 3.1.1.14 - chlorophyllase

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GENERAL INFORMATION
ORGANISM
UNIPROT
COMMENTARY hide
LITERATURE
physiological function
malfunction
metabolism
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the enzyme is involved in the chlorophyll metabolism. Chlorophyllide is not a first intermediate of chlorophyll breakdown, almost unchanged chlorophyll to chlorophyllide ratio after 24 h of paraquat treatment. Melatonin treatment of seeds enhances the ability of pea seedlings to accelerate chlorophyll breakdown and chlorophyll de novo synthesis before oxidative stress exerted by herbicide paraquat treatment appears and several hours after stressing, respectively, while during prolonged paraquat incubation, melatonin delays chlorophyll degradation
evolution
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