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S: Why are leafs green? by Fallon Scott

FC: W | Why are leafs green? | BY Fallon Scott

1: Have you ever wondered how leafs are green?

2: The answer to this question is simple science. The part that makes a leaf green is a pigment. This a little tiny cell inside of the leaf. This cell is a called a Chlorophyll organelle. This means that a little speck of Chlorophyll floats around inside of a leaf. When there is sunlight and water this cell reflects the color green.

3: Example if you looked at someones skin color. Skin is made up of trillions of cells which forms the skin color just like a leaf is made up of trillions of chlorophyll cells.

4: This a chlorophyll cell

5: This is a Chlorophyll cell

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Fallon L. Scott
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  • Title: Why are leafs green
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