anonymous
  • anonymous
what holds the chlorophyll in a plant cell
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
this pigment is enclosed in organelles called chloroplasts which in turn have structures like sacks called tilakoids but there is more to it
anonymous
  • anonymous
To be much more picky, if I'm not mistaken it's actually locked in place by being a part of the membrane of the chloroplast, and chloroplasts are bunched into structures called "thylakoids"**
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure, you are probably right. its long since i studied this :-)

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