Why do Plants Look Green?

Plants are very important for life on the earth by releasing oxygen in the atmosphere, absorb carbon dioxide, regulate or maintains the water cycle and provide habitat or food for humans and animals.

Why are Plants Green ? | Know-It-All

The plants that carry out photosynthesis are green in color and it can be explained below. The color of an object is the color of the light that reflects out of the seven colors of white light falling on it. Now, when the white light consisting of seven colors falls on plants that do photosynthesis then such plants mainly absorb the violet and red colors of the sun-light. In the remaining sunlight, the green color is predominant that is reflected to your eyes by the plants and they appear to be green.

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