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What is chlorophyll?

Chlorophyll is a green pigment (one of several photosyntheticpigments) that plays a crucial role in producing food for greenplants by synthesizing simple sugars (glucose) from (MORE)
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What is chlorophyll a?

Chlorophyll A takes in light energy that will be converted to chemical energy as glucose and then ATP and then to be used and lost as heat energy. The chlorophyll takes in any (MORE)

How is chlorophyll made?

Chlorophyll is a pigment that is present in plants. It gives plantsits green color and is used in photosynthesis. Chlorophyll is madewhen a plants absorbs energy from the sun (MORE)
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What is the job of chlorophyll a?

its job is to give electrons. It passes electrons through the photystems, after it is excited by the suns photons. This happend twice per cycle.
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What is the function of chlorophyll a?

Chlorophyll A is the primary and most common Chlorophyll pigment being used by plants in the natural process of photosynthesis. There are auxiliary pigments which are Chloroph (MORE)
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Chlorophyll does what?

chlorophyll is a green substance in chloroplasts. it's basically what make the leaf/plant green. xx

What is chlorophylle?

Chlorophyll is the substance inside of green plants. When weather blocks the sun or it shows only partially over a long period of time, the green plant becomes a range of diff (MORE)
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What are Chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b in plants?

They are pigments that absorb specific wavelengths of light to use in the photosynthetic process. Chlorophyll gives plants their green colour because it reflects green li (MORE)