Answer to Question #245073 in Biology for bet

Question #245073

Root cells in a plant completely lack chloroplasts, whereas leaf cells have many chloroplasts. Which difference will be seen in these two types of cells?



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2021-10-05T05:00:01-0400

Chloroplasts are plant cell organelles that convert light energy into relatively stable chemical energy via the photosynthetic process.

Therefore, leaf cells are capable to perform photosynthesis, and root cells - cannot do so.



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