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BETALAIN AND CHLOROPHYLL<br />
Plant Pigments In A Chard Leaf<br />
Chlorophyll is the pigment within the organelles of cells in every green leaf that processes sunlight into carbohydrates.  Betalain is what gives the leaf veins their red color, it is only found in plants of the Caryophyllales order.

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BETALAIN AND CHLOROPHYLL
Plant Pigments In A Chard Leaf
Chlorophyll is the pigment within the organelles of cells in every green leaf that processes sunlight into carbohydrates. Betalain is what gives the leaf veins their red color, it is only found in plants of the Caryophyllales order.

Copyright:© 2003 Jeff J. Daly - Fundamental Photographs

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