What Gives Plants Their Green Color?

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The chemical that gives plants their green appearance is called chlorophyll. The chlorophyll absorbs light which is what the plant uses to help make and use nutrients
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Plants are green due to chlorophyll, which are pigments found in the chloroplasts of plant cells.
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