Photosynthesis is accomplished by chlorophyll. Regardless of the color of the leaf, the cholophyll is still present and therefore photosynthesis still occurs.
Yes. If it has any green foliage, that is for photsynthesis.
Green plants photosynthesize because green plants contain chloroplasts. The chlorophyll inside the chloroplasts is what makes the plant a green color.
No, photosynthetis is known from plants and in some animal life but not in frogs.
Green plants photosynthesize to create energy. They are green due to chlorophyll.
Because plants use chlorophyll to photosynthesize energy from solar radiation and chlorophyll is a bad absorber of light's green wavelengths.
Plants and green algae share similar cellular anatomy. Both organisms have the cell organelles know as chloroplasts which lend to a plants characteristic green color and ability to photosynthesize.
Fungi do not photosynthesize.
Many organisms that photosynthesize contain the pigment chlorophyll, which gives them a green color. Many organisms that photosynthesize contain the pigment chlorophyll, which gives them a green color.
Slow growth, stunting, and purplish color (anthocyanins) on foliage or dark green color; dying leaf tip.
Yes, all green plants do
They all photosynthesize
no non green plants dont photosynthesize only green plants do i havent figured out which types dont
Plants get there green color from their chlorophyll in their cells
No they cannot have photosynthesis because only green plants with chlorophyll can do photosynthesis .
What makes any foliage green is chlorophyll, which is produced in plants via photosynthesis. When the days get shorter in the fall there's not enough daylight for photosynthesis to have its full effect. The green then disappears from the foliage, leaving behind its "actual" color which varies from species to species.
All green plants including Venus Flytraps, have photosynthesis.
Blue-green algae (cyanobacteria), algae (plant-like protists), vascular and nonvascular plants use chlorophyll to photosynthesize.
Chlorophyll gives plants their green color
Yes they do photosynthesise, it is just that hey have extra pigment in their leaves which hide the green colour.
Yes, Jew's Ear is a fungi. It does not have a green pigment called chlorophyll, which allows it to photosynthesize. Only plants can photosynthesize. Therefore, it is a fungi.
Green plants reflect green light, non green plants reflect a different color making them red or whatever color they are.
All plants with green leaves/spindles/spikes photosynthesize. Edd
O2. Oxygen is expelled from the plant through the stomata.
Some dahlias have a purplish tinge to the foliage. Others have dark green or a medium green.