anonymous
  • anonymous
What parts on a onion cell can you not see and why?
Biology
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anonymous
  • anonymous
chloroplast :3
thomaster
  • thomaster
@pengembara_bumi1 you forgot to explain the "why" part
anonymous
  • anonymous
Because the chloroplasts that actually photosynthesize are found in the tops of the onions - the part that is actually above ground. There's no reason for there to be chlorophyll in the onion skin itself because these grow underground

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@thomaster : hehhe..lets he learn something by himself :D

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