Results for: Thylakoid

What are thylakoids?

 Thylakoids are membrane-bound organelles found within chloroplasts  the thylakoid membrane, forms many flattened, fluid-filled tubules that enclose a single convoluted com (MORE)

What is a thylakoid?

In general, a thylakoid is a structure found inside the chloroplasts and cyanobacteria of plants, and "...[is] the site of the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis" (Wi (MORE)

Why are thylakoids green?

Well thylakoids organize chloraphyll and other pigments within the membrane of the thylakoid. Chloraphyll is a green pigment so that affects the pigment of the thylakoid. I h (MORE)
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What are stacks of thylakoids in a chloroplast?

Thylakoids are the membrane bound specialized structures in chloroplasts where the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis occur. This is important as the light-dependent (MORE)

Is chloroplast made up of thylakoids?

A chloroplast is composed of: -An outer membrane (phospholipid bilayer). -Stroma, which is a sort of cytosol. -Thylakoids, which are the site of photosynthesis. The th (MORE)

Why are thylakoids stacked?

The thylakoids are stacked in grana because it has proven  adventagous and more efficient over time. The light reactions of  photosynthesis require a membrane to work becaus (MORE)