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anonymous

  • one year ago

Chlorophyll absorbs light energy that is used for photosynthesis. is a rigid protein responsible for a plant's strength. is not found in green plants. produces enzymes in a plant.

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  1. anonymous
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    protein responsible for a plant's strength.? T_T

  2. anonymous
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    No A, absorbs light energy that is used for photosynthesis. :/

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    O_O ....

  4. anonymous
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    What?? I'm just helping. lol

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    If i fail.... *grabs a teddy bear as a weapon* ;-;

  6. anonymous
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    Rofl, just calm down and look on the internet orrrrr open a new tab and go to your lessons. I've tried.

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