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Colors are simply different wavelengths of light that are reflected by objects back. ... The color or wavelength of light does affect photosynthesis, which is how ...

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Oct 3, 2016 ... To what extent does the colour of light have on the rate of photosynthesis on Cabomba Aquatica plants? Photosynthesis is a process that ...

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Effect of Different Colored Lights on Photosynthesis. Anastasia Rodionova, Cassidy Davis, Sara Cucciniello. CU Boulder, Fall 2003. Our experiment tested ...

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Mar 4, 2015 ... THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT LIGHT COLORS ON THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC RATE IN PLANTS Conclusion Introduction Methodology Results

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Visible light from the sun appears white, but it's actually made up of multiple wavelengths (colors) of light. You can see these different colors when white light  ...

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Feb 13, 2017 ... Experiment to show how the colour of light affects the rate of photosynthesis.
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Nov 27, 2016 ... Experiment: Red Light vs Blue Light -How Spectrums Affect Plant Growth- LED ... How does the colour of light affect the rate of photosynthesis?

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This transformation of light into food is called photosynthesis. ... Knowing that different colors of light can affect what a plant does is important in a world that ...

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Different wavelengths of light affect on photosynthesis rates in tomato plants ... of the green light that reaches out eyes, giving chlorophyll a green colour.