What colors do plants absorb?
Asked by narendra sharma, 23 Feb 01:02 am
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One of the most abundant pigments in a plant is Chlorophyll a, which absorbs the red and blue colors of the spectrum. It reflects the green light that makes plants appear green.Answered by drdinesh sharma, 23 Feb 01:12 am
Chlorophyll mainly absorbs violet, blue and red light, reflecting lighter blue, green and yellow light. Blue light helps leaves to grow, while red light together with blue light helps flowers to bloom. You can check out http://growblu.com/ to learn more.Answered by Rina Colonel, 13 May 12:58 pm
Chlorophyll absorbs red/orange and violet the best. It reflects most green light, which is why plants appear green to our eyes.Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 23 Feb 03:27 pm
All except greenAnswered by iqbal seth, 23 Feb 07:47 am