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A pigment is the material, which changes the color of reflected or transmitted light due to wavelength-selective absorption. This process differs from fluorescence, phosphorescence and luminescence. Pigments appears the color because, they selectively absorb and reflect certain wavelength of visible light. Three basic classes of pigments are Chlorophylls, Carotenoids and Phycobilins.
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