What is the function of leucoplast in plant cells?

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The function of the leucoplast is to store items such as oil, starch, or protein, until the cell requires within.
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Why does a potato plant store starch in its leucoplasts?

it's a plastid. it stores food such as starches, proteins and lipids. it's in most plant cells. it's especially prominent in storage organs such as potato tubers. A potato pla

Functions of leucoplasts?

Leucoplasts are colorless. They are cylindrical or round in shape. They are found in unexposed cells. They can change to other types of plastids. They take part in storage of

Function of leucoplasts?

Leucoplasts are colorless. They are cylindrical or round in shape. They are found in unexposed cells. They can change to other types of plastids. They take part in storage of

Where are leucoplasts in a plant cell?

\n. \n. \nLeucoplast is a plastid with no colour (might be a vacuole) it stores all the things of cell (like food nutrients, water and other essential things) , it is presen

What is the function of leucoplast?

Leucoplast - Leucoplasts are a category of plastid and as such are organelles found in plant cells. They are non-pigmented, in contrast to other plastids such as the chloropl

What is the function of the Leucoplasts?

Leucoplasts are colorless. They are cylindrical or round in shape. They are found in unexposed cells. They can change to other types of plastids. They take part in storage of