anonymous
  • anonymous
what makes plant cells green
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anonymous
  • anonymous
chlorophyll is the green pigment in plants that makes them green and is vital to trap sunlight.
jkasdhk
  • jkasdhk
chlorophyll
anonymous
  • anonymous
Plant cells contain Chloroplast, which are organelles found in all higher plant cells. Chloroplast contains chlorophyll, which gives the plant its natural green color.

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anonymous
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The chlorophyll in the plants obsorb every color but green giving its green color.

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