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does the process of photosynthasis have any relation to the color of most plants (green)?
- Inland Taipan
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yes, the green comes from Chlorophyll, which are integral in the photosynthetic process.
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Yes. Because cholorphyll make plants green.
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Yup, and that's color is suitable to absorp 680nm and 700nm light wavelength which are the 'proper' one to excitate electrons inside them...
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