What plants are indigo coloured?
Although I'm not aware of any 'indigo' colored plants ('blue jean' or denim blue), there are some which produce naturally blue flowers: agapanthus, bachelor buttons, iris, corn flower, violets to name a few. The actual indigo plant is green, and through a process of fermentation, it produces the dark, intense indigo blue dye.
indigo is obtained from plants it is used for making the cloth blue
The use of indigo, which is a dye that can come from at least 5 different plants, was first used in the 7th century, BC. The plants from which indigo dye came were most likely weeds. No one knows who may have started raising plants containing indigo, as it was so long ago. Today, man-made indigo dye (not from plants) is the color used in blue jeans.
to attract pollinators
coloured plants make their food by having 3 main components:water,sunshine and air.they also produce food from their leaves.
Sea plants which are deeper are coloured, they do not have chlorophyll or green coloured pigment, but all other colours are seen.Besides the plants which have cholorophll are not deeper, they do use some of the penetrating light rays.
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Chlorophyll is the green pigment which plants use to trap the energy of sunlight. It is found in the chloroplasts.
Host plants: sunflowers, clover, hackberry, roses or indigo flower
white light is made from red, orange, green, blue, yellow, indigo and violet.
indigo was the plants name
yes it makes no difference
soil, lumber, resin, furs, rice plants, indigo, tar, and tobacco plants.
It might be flowers??
Most natural indigo dye was obtained from various plants in the genus Indigofera, a large genus of over 750 species of flowering plants from the family Fabaceae. Indigo dye can be produced synthetically nowadays.
Indigo dye is an organic compound with a distinctive blue color extracted from plants, and this process was important economically because blue dyes were once rare.
Indigo Ivy Iris Iceberg Lettuce Impatiens
Indigo is a sort of mix between blue and violet. If you mix blue and violet on the color palette you get it. Indigo is also a plant with green leaves and a white flower that is cone shaped here you can find many images of those plants.
it is the process in which plants having leaves which are not green coloured obtain there nutrition and then takes it enery and circulating it around the leaf
The indigo dye plant is used to create beautiful blue colors. The chemical responsible for the beautiful blue color is indigotin. Indigo from plants has been replaced by synthetic blue colors in recent times due to the ease of processing.
Plants get their color from the sunlight. The sunlight activates the chlorophyll located in the leaves of plants. Chlorophyll captures the sunlight which begins the photosynthesis process that turns the leaves green in plants.
she is a girl that experimented with the indigo plants and made a blue dye that is called indigo. she also had a husband and 4 children 1 died so she had 2 boys and 1 girl.
Flowers are brightly coloured to attract agents such as bees or humming birds so that pollination can take place. Fruit is brightly coloured to attract animals to eat it so that the plant's seeds will then be spread around and new plants will grow.
Wind pollinated plants don't need to attract pollinating insects. So colour and nectar is not needed.
cotton, wheat, rye, indigo, corn, rice, tobacco.
Indigo, indigo crayons, indigo colored paper, and indigo colored shirts.
Depends what you mean, but the green is chlorophyll and it is needed by all plants except parasites. Even heavily coloured leaves contain plenty of chlorophyll - only completely white plants are devoid of it.
Safflower, beets, blueberries, red onion skins, brown onion skins, Indigo...
go here...there is a picture of it and more info as well... http://www.plantcultures.org/plants/indigo_plant_profile.html
Yes They also have green chlorophyll pigments.They are masked by colorful pigments like caratinoids.
When light passes through a prism, it is refracted slightly and separated into seven individual beams of coloured light - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet.
You can buy seeds from the stand on Main Street, or if you're a Moshi Member, at the Port. When you plant a seed it'll automatically grow into a coloured plant. If this is a colour plant you do not want then you will have to dig up the plant and put down more seeds. It's not possible to buy specific coloured plants.
Tagalog Translation of INDIGO: indigo
a few include the indigo plants for dyeing cloth, cotton, jute (tea), and coal.
If you ment a song with the word indigo in the title then here are some songs...... Indigo- Moloko Mood indigo- Nina simone Mood indigo- Frank Sinatra Indigo girl- Watershed Indigo blues- Llorca Turbulent indigo- Joni Mitchell
What is the green coloured chemical called that is found in leaves and helps plants to make their own food using the energy from the sun?
The red pigment traps sunlight like the green one, and then photosynthesis occurs.
Indigo can be extracted from certain plants such as the Indigofera species. It can also be extracted from woad (Isatis tinctoria) and dyer's knotweed (Polygonum tinctorum), and can be obtained from the sea creatures known as Phoenician Sea Snails. However, most indigo dyes are now made synthetically. For more information see 'Related Links' below.
No, the indigo bunting is not endangered.
there is no indigo
wye is indigo usedin agriculture why is indigo used in agriculture?
Indigo isn't yellow in French. It is also called indigo.
No, generally lighter coloured leaves tolerate higher levels of sunlight; the extreme would be silver coloured leaves that reflect excess sunlight - as in the case of many desert plants. The general tendancy of plants is the lower the light level the darker green the leaf, more chlorophyll is produced to comensate for the lower light levels.
plants, fruit trees, animals, agricultural technology, cotton, rice, new strains of wheat, indigo, and all types of vegetables.
There is no name for indigo colour in Hindi. It is called as indigo itself.
Happy if light indigo In Love if dark indigo
In Hindi and Urdu both 'indigo' is called 'neel'.
Today, synthetic dyes are made from petroleum and coal products. However, plants, such as the indigo plant, was used once to dye materials and clothes. Synthetic dyes are cheaper to make than dyes from plants.
Indigo is darker.
definition of indigo
Because at that time indigo is less expensive for the Europeans.and indigo is used for various purposes.that,is why indigo has a great demand