Chlorophyll, Biology

Chlorophyll is the pigment in the green plants which absorbs solar energy. 

chlorophyll a - It is a green photosynthetic pigment common to all the photosynthetic organisms. 

chlorophyll b - It is an accessory chlorophyll found in the green algae and plants.

chlorophyll c - It is an accessory chlorophyll found in some of the protistans. 

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