Medical Dictionary

pheophytin

noun pheo·phy·tin

Medical Definition of PHEOPHYTIN

:  a bluish black waxy pigment that can be formed from chlorophyll by replacement of the magnesium with two hydrogen atoms by treatment with a weak acid (as oxalic acid)

Variants of PHEOPHYTIN

pheo·phy·tin or British phaeo·phy·tin \ˌfē-ə-ˈfīt-ən\

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