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more diffrence between chromoplasts and leucoplasts

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    A chromoplast and sep1 are both plastids. A chromoplast is pigmented, but a sep1 is non-pigmented. Chromoplasts are much larger than leucoplasts. Leucoplast is where the energy is stored and chromoplast is where the photosynthesis occurs that has rhodophyll, carotene, and xanthphyll. Chromoplasts contain the red, orange, and yellow color.

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