"Photosynthesis is arguably the most important biological process on Earth," says Dr. Devens Gust, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at Arizona State University. Plants use photosynthesis to synthesize food. Help plant life on earth by releasing oxygen and consume carbon dioxide. Not all plants with leaves are green. The colors they show how Lila appear as such because of the way they carry out photosynthesis.
Gardeners may be feeding them nutrients and water, but the plants. Still get their energy from the sun During photosynthesis, plants absorb energy, the energy of the sun and use it to produce compounds such as sugars and carbohydrates. Plants store these connections and use them later to produce energy. This is similar to how the body works when it stores carbohydrates for future energy use. Photosynthesis benefits of animal life, because plants absorb carbon dioxide and consume life-giving oxygen.
Colors in a ray of sunlight affect the way plants undergo photosynthesis. Each wavelength has a different color. You can use this color if you are looking into a prism. Plants that appear an abundance of chlorophyll green because they have an abundance of chlorophyll. This pigment reflects green. Absorb other plants, such as carrots, violet and blue light. They reflect yellow, red and other colors you see in plants Cartooned. Purple Plants have a special pigment that makes the plant appear purple.
All purple plants, including those with leaves contain an abundance of anthocyanin. This pigment causes these plants to reflect colors like red, purple and blue. More than 300 kinds of anthocyanins exist. Purple Plants usually contain about a dozen of these types. Plants contain anthocyanins save the connection in their outer layers. This explains why some purple vegetables lose their purple color when you cook them.
Lilac plants are there in every part of nature. In the kitchen, chefs serve tasty leafy vegetables such as cabbage and serve with meals. Gardener plants purple flowers like violets and lilacs. Purple wild flowers adorn hills and meadows. The stunning Blazing Star Perennial, for example, rising from its green surroundings and decorates the landscape with its brilliant purple leaves.