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Chlorophyll d

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A type of chlorophyll found in marine red algae and cyanobacteria, and absorbs the infrared light of the electromagnetic spectrum. It is the major chlorophyll in cyanobacteria living in an environment depleted in visible light but abundant in infrared light. Its molecular formula is C54H70O6N4Mg.


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There are different forms of chlorophylls existing in nature. Some of them are:

They all reflect the green light but the slight differences in their structure cause them to appear in different shades of green.


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... nutrients into the plant AND will be also involved on the activation regarding certain plant enzymes. Magnesium is usually the important area of chlorophyll, a good important plant pigment clicks inside photosynthesis. Iron is usually needed pertaining to photosynthesis AND ALSO is usually produce ...

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by MichaelJK8
Mon Mar 16, 2015 5:19 am
 
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Mineral Nutrition In Plants

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Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:02 pm
 
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Why are leaves green?

Hello, leaves are green because of a compound called chlorophyll. The purpose of cholorphyll is to help plants in photo synthesis which the way plants make food.

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Wed Nov 27, 2013 5:49 am
 
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