The chloroplasts store chlorophyll
Chloroplasts are specialized organelles in plant cells that are responsible for conducting photosynthesis. Chloroplasts capture the energy from sunlight and store it in plant cells.
Chloroplasts in plants, they convert light energy and store it as sugar (sucrose).
To produce food during photosynthesis, and to store food energy.
The movement of chloroplasts in a cell in order to store solar energy received from sun in cells is termed as Calvin Cycle.
Mitochondrions store power in animal cells for later use. However, plants have chloroplasts to store energy.
Leaves are adapted to their function (photosynthesis) by having chloroplasts in them to store the energy (sunlight) in.
Plants produce energy in chloroplasts by combining carbon dioxide and water with solar energy. This process of photosynthesis creates glucose.
The role of chlorophyll in photosynthesis is the absorption of light allowing the plant to obtain energy from the light. Chloroplasts are the organelles in the plant that store the chlorophyll.
Chloroplasts, in the leaf's pallisade cells, do in fact store light energy. They absorb red and blue light energy to power photosynthesis, and reflect green light,which is why they appear green. [By Fifth form advanced Science student] =)
Chloroplasts do not produce energy.They convert light energy into chemical energy.
It is the green chlorophyll in the chloroplasts that traps the energy from the sun.
No, chloroplasts are the energy producing part of plants.
Chloroplasts convert sunlight into potential energy. The energy is then converted into the chemical energy in the glucose molecules.
No, chloroplasts are components of only plants cells and algae. The energy of respiration in animal cells and fungi are is provided by the the activity of the mitochondria. Plant cells use chloroplasts to trap and store the energy of sunlight in their chlorophylls, which will help in the synthesis of organic molecules and the release of oxygen in the process as a by-product.
the chlorplast is an organelle found in a plant cell that takes the ATP energy and turns it in to sugars for the plant, also known as photosynthesis
give the cell a green color / pigment store energy from the sun and produce food
The chloroplasts are responsible for photosynthesis. They can be found in plant cells but also other eukaryotic cells. Chloroplasts capture light energy and store it in the form of ATP.
Absolutely nothing. Chloroplasts are only found in plant cells and collect and store energy and nutrients for the cell. They also have something called chlorophyll in them witch turns the plant green.
chloroplasts. Chloroplasts capture energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the cell.
Chloroplasts are energy-converting organelles found in green plant cells.
Yes. Chloroplasts are the organelles where the light reactions take place. The light reactions harvest the energy from the sun's rays, store that energy in energetic molecules (NADPH and ATP) which are then used in the Calvin cycle to drive the synthesis of organic molecules from CO2. The Calvin cycle does not take place inside the chloroplasts.
Chloroplasts convert energy from the sun into energy for fuel. The energy is used during cellular respiration during the process of photosynthesis.