What color can the dyes in the cell sap and in the plastids color different parts of plants?

In the composition of all living cells of plants there are “dyes” – dyes called “pigments”. Thanks to pigments, various plant organs are colored in the corresponding colors. And it is thanks to them that the flowers, their stems and leaves, roots and fruits have different colors. Pigments in plants are found either in colored plastids or in cell sap. The juice gives raspberry, blue and purple hues. And plastids impart different shades of yellow, green, red or orange.

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