Yes. color is a physical property.
An object that appears yellow under white light will have a tendency to maintain its distinctly yellow appearance when bathed in yellow light.
still yellow. The appearance of a color is because the banana peel reflects that color, among the many colors in a white light, and absorbs the other colors.
As you can see, everything that is visible allow certain wavelength to get pass, but the ones that doesnt go throug give to that matter the color of the rejected wavelength. For Example, a Sticky yellow note, that rejects Yellow wavelength
because a yellow pencil can only reflect yellow light and that yellow light is what you see from a yellow pencil.
yellow because yellow reflects the heat and black exarbs the heat.So yellow is better.
Yellow skin, yellow and bloodshot eyes, black vomit, mosquito bites.
physical (because you can observe it without inducing a chemical reaction).
At room temperature pure sulfur is yellow and hasn't odor.
Makes you UGLY. (yellow teeth, yellow nails, hair loss, yellow tongue, yellow eyes, acne, wrinkles, aging, the list goes on.)
Its colour, its melting point, its boiling point, whether it is magnetic or not, whether it is an electrical conductor or not and its atomic mass are all physical properties.
A Coral snake - a highly venomous species - has hoops of red, yellow and black arranged along the length of it body in the order red-yellow-black-yellow.
A banana is yellow with a peel. It is in the shape of a smiley face. (A physical property is a description of how an object look, feels)
Gray with black and brown fur on it's back. Yellow eyes. Up to 7 feet long.
both ;)betacarrotenes in banana refracting light and the color goes to yellowtechnically it is a genetic property. So biological property. Physical and chemical properties are not usually applied to biological organisms.