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Why are sunflowers yellow?


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The yellow in the sunflower is the same yellow that you see in yellowing leaves in the fall. It is the a Beta-carotine pigment, and in the ray flower petals of the sunflower it is produced in the chromoplasts, a type of cell organelle that is unique to plant cells.

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