(1) Chlorella, a green algae, is rich in essential nutrients including chlorophyll , a useful blood purifier.(2) The green colouring comes from chlorophyll , the same pigment that is found in foliage.(3) Early in the year, when there is plenty of light, the leaves produce chlorophyll , the green colour in grass stains.(4) Most organisms with chlorophyll have additional pigments to capture more of the light energy that they receive.(5) The green comes from chlorophyll , which allows the microscopic plants to get energy from the sun.(6) When the potato is green, chlorophyll and solanine levels dramatically increase.(7) Mushrooms do not have chlorophyll and cannot photosynthesize in the way that green plants do, to produce food.(8) In leaf tissue, the first outwardly visible signs of senescence are declining rates of photosynthesis and loss of chlorophyll .(9) The ratio of soluble protein to chlorophyll in the isolated chloroplasts was approximately half that of whole leaf extracts.(10) Examples of the former are the green chlorophyll pigment in plant leaves and the orange pigment present in carrots, carotene.(11) The chlorophyll captures the energy of light, and makes it accessible to the plant for photosynthesis.(12) Greens are full of chlorophyll and one of the best healing foods we can eat raw.(13) However, some genepy has a greenish tint depending on the amount of chlorophyll in the plants.(14) Important in this process are the green chlorophyll pigments in leaves which capture the sun's energy.(15) In higher plants, the pathways of chlorophyll and haem biosynthesis are tightly regulated at an early step.(16) Unlike plants, though, cyanobacteria lack a second kind of chlorophyll, known as chlorophyll b, which in concert with chlorophyll a helps plants capture light.