anonymous
  • anonymous
what does a chloroplast do?
Biology
schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
it is for fotosines,for oxy
anonymous
  • anonymous
they absorb light for photosynthesis
anonymous
  • anonymous
they do what chucknorris says

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Chloroplast is the site for Photosynthesis. It has internal structures called the Grana, Stroma and Thylakoid Membrane.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it doesnt do anything
anonymous
  • anonymous
chloroplasts tend to have chlorophyll which aids the plant in photosynthesis

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