COLORFUL WORLDS: PLANTS ON OTHER PLANETS. What would the alien plants look like on SE terran planets while utilizing sunlight for energy? They would use different photosynthetic pigments like chlorophylls, carotenoids, anthocyanids, and phycobilins. The plant scientists generally regard the wavelengths of between 0.380-0.780 microns as the region of "Photosynthetically Active Radiation" (PAR). The plants would absorb certain wavelengths from blue to red under spectral types of main sequence stars.
Blue-Purple Plants with A-type star, on HIP 17325 7, using Chlorophyll a, Bacteriorhodopsin & Retinal. ~0.4 microns
Blue-Green Plants with F-type star, on HIP 26879 4.4, using Chlorophyll a & b, Anthocyanins & Carotenoids. 0.3-0.5 microns
Green Plants with G-type star, on Earth, using Chlorophyll a, b & c, Carotenoids & Phycobilins. 0.4-0.6 microns
Red-Yellow Plants with K-type star, on HIP 80043 3, using Chlorophyll a, b & c, Carotenoids & Phycobilins. 0.5-0.7 microns
Black-Red Plants with M-type star, on HIP 44295 4, using Chlorophyll d, e & f, Bacteriochlorophyll & Melanin. 0.7-0.9 microns
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