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Is there a reason why human eyesight and plants make use of the same wavelength of light?
The accepted range for the wavelengths of light that the human eye can detect is roughly between 400nm and 700nm. Is it a co-incidence that these wavelengths are identical to those in the ...
Jan 5 '12 at 20:18
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