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Mushroom come under fungi. They do not contain chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is the pigment which gives the green colour to plants and acts as a catalyst in photosynthesis. Hence mushroom is not green in colour and can also not photosynthesize.
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2014-06-01T13:03:24+05:30
Mushrooms are not green in color because they don't have chlorophyll in them

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