What is an ancestor of chloroplasts?
Mitochondria and chloroplasts likely evolved from engulfed prokaryotes that once lived as independent organisms. At some point, a eukaryotic cell engulfed an aerobic prokaryote, which then formed an endosymbiotic relationship with the host eukaryote, gradually developing into a mitochondrion. Eukaryotic cells containing mitochondria then engulfed photosynthetic prokaryotes, which evolved to become specialized chloroplast organelles.
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The chloroplasts are the parts in a plant cell in which sunlight CO2 and water are used to make sugars and oxygen.
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The chloroplasts in plant cells capture energy from the sun andstore it in ATP and NADPH molecules. They use the ATP and NADPHmolecules to create organic molecules from carbon… dioxide.
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Pretty much any green plant part that uses photosynthesis.
Chloroplast are disk-shaped organelles, 4 to 6 micrometers in diameter, where photosynthesis takes place in the cells of plants and algae.
It is an eukariyotic organell.It is in autotrophic eukariyotes.
These are green plastids. They contain chlorophyll. Also Lamellae are present in them .
chloroplast are store the chlorophlly the is a green substance that makes the plant turn green. Apart from that here are the major functions of the chloroplast : (1) Abso…rption of light energy and conversion of it into biological energy. (2) Production of NAPDH 2 and evolution of oxygen through the process of photosys of water. (3) Production of ATP by photophosphorylation. NADPH2 and ATP are the assimilatory powers of photosynthesis. Transfer of CO2 obtained from the air to 5 carbon sugar in the stream during dark reaction. (4) Breaking of 6-carbon atom compound into two molecules of phosphoglyceric acid by the utilization of assimilatory powers. (5) Conversion of PGA into different sugars and store as stratch. The chloroplast is very important as it is the cooking place for all the green plants. All heterotrophs also depend on plasts for this food.
They are eukariyotic organells.They carry out photosynthesis.
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