Does a nerve cell contain a chloroplast?
No, nerve cells are only in animals and chloroplasts are only in plant cells.
No. Only plants have chloroplasts. That is one of the reasons that they are green.
Animal cells do not contain a cell wall or chloroplast, these are found in plant cells.
Chloroplast are not located in animal cells. Chloroplast contain the green coloring withing plant cells.
Plant cells contain chloroplast.
The chloroplast is a plant cell organelle containing a light absorbing pigment called chlorophyll
onion cell does not contain chloroplast .so nuclei is larger
the cell walls and the chloroplast
Animals are not autotrophs.So they do not have chloroplasts.
Animal cells don't contain chloroplasts
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A leaf cell has chloroplast. Sperm cell is haploid and may be motile. Muscle cell is elastic like a fiber and A nerve cell is provided with many connections to perform neuro-motor function.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll which absorbs energy from sunlight for photosynthesis.
Cells which do not get light.Mainly root cells etc
bean stems contain chloroplast, you can tell this is correct because they are a plant cell, and plants get nutrition from the sun, and chloroplasts turn the suns energy into protines for the plant.
The chloroplasts in a plant cell contain chlorophyll, which absorbs sunlight, and helps the plant make food.
Mitochondria are essentially the "power plants" of a cell. A muscle or nerve cell needs more energy than a skin cell.
Nucleus is in the cell body.Neurons have a quite distinct nucleolus.
because of the gravity of the earth..
no animal cells do not have chloroplasts because they do not photosynthesize their food needs.
Dead cells do not have. Also underground cells lack them
onion cells don't contain chloroplast.
The nerve cell is an animal cell while the onion cell is a plant cell. The most obvious difference would be the fact that the onion cell being a plant cell, would contain a cell wall.
Plant cells contain chloroplasts and have cell walls, more specifically, palisade and spongy cells within plant leaves.
nerve cell bodies
The animal cell does not contain three things that a plant cell does. A plant cell containseverything exept chlorophyll, chloroplast, and a cell wall. Use:head
does a plant cell have chloroplast
Chloroplast is in the cytoplasm of plant cell .
Animal cells including human egg cells do not contain chloroplasts.
The nerve cell, being of an animal would contain various organelles, including the cell membrane,nucleus (which contains the nucleolus, the cytoplasm, mitochondria, lysosomes, cytoskeleton, chromatain Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi Apparatus, and possibly flagella, cilia, centriols and ribosomes.
the hydrilla cell contains chloroplasts but the onion epidermal ce;; does not contain chloroplast.
i think chloroplast makes the cell green
Nope an animal cell does not have chloroplast.
There is no chloroplast in the animal cell. The chloroplast is in the plant cell. It is in the plant cell because it contains chlorophyll which means the plant can do photosynthesis.
All plant cells contain chloroplasts, the amount present depends on the function of the cell. for example leaves will contain loads of chloroplast, hence why they are green. The cells of an onion will still contain chloroplasts but only a few in comparison to the amount in a cell situated in the leaf. This is because onions are underground and aren't the primary site for photosynthesis.
A chloroplast is.... here take it this way.. the chloroplast is the energy plant in the cell. It takes nutrients and absorbs it in to the cell.
Chlorophyll, located in the chloroplast, turns a plant green
All contain DNA in them.They replicate themselves during cell division.
Mitochondria and chloroplast are considered to be semiautonomous because mitochondria contain DNA and can reproduce independently of the cell, and cholorplasts have a built in feeding mechanism. I would do a search of "endosymbiosis" for more information.
Chlorophyll is the pigment most associated with photosynthesis. It's stored in an organelle known as a chloroplast. The chloroplasts are found all throughout the cell, as each cell containing chloroplast might contain 10 to 100 of them.
Chloroplast contain chorophyll pigments.They are green in color.
Plant cells contain an organelle called a chloroplast in which photosynthesis takes place; they also contain many of the same organelles that animal cells have, for example, both plant and animal cells contain a cell nucleus.
No, it doesn't have a chloroplast. Only a plant cell does.
The chloroplast of a plant cell helps the cell to go through photosynthesis.
Liver cells do NOT contain chloroplasts - only plant cells and certain protists contain chloroplasts which are used during photosynthesis. Animals do not utilize photosynthesis at all.
Parts of the chloroplast include the granum, the chloroplast envelope, and the thylakoid. The function of a chloroplast is to contain chlorophyll.
Yes, only rare animals have chloroplast or cell wall in their cell.
Chloroplast contain inside stroma which is a liquid.
It can HAVE a chloroplast but it won't make them themselves.
Anabena is a cyno bacteria.So it does not have chloroplast.