What is the range of light that plants can use for photosynthesis?



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    Plants mainly rely on chlorophyll-A to absorb light for photosynthesis, which uses all colors of light in the solar spectrum other than green. Green light is mostly reflected, which is why chlorophyll and plants have a green color. However, some green light is absorbed by accessory pigments such as chlorophyll-B and carotenoids, so really plants can use all wavelengths of light emitted by the sun.

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