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BSB Environmental conservation education online: Graphic of Chlorophyll and Hemoglobin. Is it not amazing how similar the two important building block of life are? Humans do not keep nature beautiful with Nature conservation, do not reduce air pollution, climate change, do not increase recycling. Ocean conservation, Water conservation, protection of all life, flora + fauna on Earth = human protection, conservation of all water on Earth = human protection, conservation of all soil on Earth = human protection through affordable conservation education online to keep nature beautiful. Life on earth depends on plants, that produce oxygen, provide food. Nature conservation can heal Earth, make Earth healthy again. Earth is endangered by pollution. Polluted air, polluted water, polluted soil, contaminated food endangers life. Humans need Nature conservation to stay healthy, protected from chemical pollution. Nature Conservation offers education on how to protect air + water + soil + food + wildlife + domestic animals. Millions of years earth balanced a natural environment. Nature conservation news tells you about Earth' health. Environmental news to protect air + water + soil + food. No chlorophyll equals no food. BSB-research published in these news helps to keep Nature beautiful + to secure our future + to have a better life!
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Name comes from the Greek language:

Chloros means fresh green + Phyllon means leaf

Chlorophyll is the green pigment in plants that harnesses the sun's energy in photosynthesis.

Chlorophyll performs metabolic functions

in plants such as respiration and growth. Interestingly, the chlorophyll molecule is chemically similar to human blood, except that its central atom is magnesium, whereas that of human blood is iron.
Liquid Chlorophyll may help improve health, immune response and deodorize the body.

Chlorine pigment come in six variations
A  = C55H72O5N4Mg - B = C55H70O6N4Mg
C1 = C35H30O5N4Mg - C2 = C35H28O5N4Mg
D = C54H70O6N4Mg - F  = C55H70O6N4Mg
Science based nature education on chlorophyll: algae absorb sun light, have chlorophyll, get food from minerals and sun photons
The oldest but discovered in 2010 is Chlorophyll f
Cyanobacteria are oxygenic microorganisms
that form stromatolites
BSB Biology education online: Cyanobacteria are oxygenic microorganisms that form stromatolites

Chlorophyll or chlorophyll is a green pigment found in cyanobacteria and the chloroplasts of algae and plants. Name is derived from the Greek language. chlorophyll is most important to all life on earth. Without Cyanobacteria as oxygenic microorganisms that had formed stromatolites, life on Earth would be very different with less oxygen. The green pigment in Chlorophyll is responsible for the green colour in most plants. Chlorophyll absorbs most in the red and blue portions of the electromagnetic spectrum, thus its intense green color. Chlorophyllin, phytochemical, phytonutrient are scientific words used while describing chlorophyll
Cyanobacteria use water, carbon dioxide, and sunlight to create their food.
They live on stromatolites and are the oldest oxygen producers we know of.
The earliest stromatolite of confirmed microbial origin dates to 3.4 billion years ago.
Without the oxygen production of cyanobacteria on stromatolites Earth would be very different!
Stromatolites were the first massive oxygen producers on Earth, raising the level so other oxygen inhaling lifeforms could survive.

Chlorophyll is a chlorine pigment. Its structure is very similar to heme, but at the center of the chlorine ring is a magnesium ion Mg.
(Hemes are most commonly recognized in their presence as components of hemoglobin. As you know, hemoglobin does very effectively deliver oxygen to human tissues, its in every mammals blood -
that is the reason we talk about a great plan in Nature)

This is a close-up of chlorophyll

Bear Springs Blossom Conservation education Earth's environment: Chlorophyll nature education: chlorophyll is a green pigment or organism in most plants, algae, and cyanobacteria that is able to use photosynthesis absorbing light. Chlorophyll's name is derived from the Greek chloros what means fresh green and phyllon what means leaf. Chlorophyll absorbs light most strongly in the blue portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, followed by the red portion. But not all colors of the spectrum are absorbed equally. Green gets poorly absorbed. Joseph Bienaime Caventou and Pierre Pelletier isolated Chlorophyll in 1817. Chlorophyll is a chlorine pigment, which is structurally similar to and produced through the same metabolic pathway as other porphyrin pigments such as heme. At the center of the chlorine ring is a magnesium ion

Why does chlorophyll look green?
There are several kinds of chlorophyll, the most important being chlorophyll a which makes up about 75 percent of the chlorophyll in green plants. It is also found in cyanobacteria - formerly known as blue-green algae - and in more complex photosynthetic cells. Chlorophyll a is the pigment that participates directly in the light requiring reactions of photosynthesis. Chlorophyll b occurs only in green algae and in the plants. Higher plants and green algae, such as chlorella contain chlorophyll a and chlorophyll b in the approximate ratio of 3:1. The difference between the two chlorophylls is that a methyl side-chain in chlorophyll a is replaced by a formyl group in chlorophyll b. Chlorophyll b is an accessory pigment present in plants and other complex photosynthetic cells. It absorbs light energy of a different wavelength and transfers it to chlorophyll a for ultimate conversion to chemical energy. It is an accessory pigment and acts indirectly in photosynthesis by transferring the light it absorbs to chlorophyll a. Chlorophyll a and b absorb blue and red, so green is reflected, chlorophyll covers the other colors of a tree leaf. Chlorophyllin, phytochemical, phytonutrient are words use to describe chlorophyll
Using Spectrophotometry measuring the absorbance spectra of free chlorophyll a (green) and b (red) we clearly can see that red and blue is absorbed, but green is not absorbed, green light is reflected.
That is the reason we see leaves in a green color.

Why is chlorophyll so important?

Today, almost all life on Earth needs oxygen.
Today, almost all life on Earth depends on plant growth
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Chlorophyll is the main oxygen factory on Earth!!
Almost all life on Earth needs food
Nature = food = survival for life on Earth

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Bear Springs Blossom Science online education: chlorophyll with photosynthesis oxygen and food for plants, oxygen for all mammals
We hope you look now differently at this graphic
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