not absorb green? It has absorption peaks in red and blue, but reflects most of what's in between. Surely evolution would have led to the development of a molecule that was most sensitive to green, since that's what there is most of?
My best guess is that if it could absorb green, it would have a chemical structure that would prevent it doing whatever else it does, i.e. plants wouldn't be able to exist with it like that.
Are there any biologists here that can help me out?
Science folks, I have a question. Since the Sun's emission peaks primarily in the green wavelengths, why does chlorophyll