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Indirectly,the answer is yes.It capture energy from sunlight.This energy is used in plant.

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Q: Does chloroplast supply energy to eukaryotic cell?
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How are chloroplast like mitochondria?

They both supply energy to the cell


Is the chloroplast cell in the prokaryotic or in the eukaryotic cell?

Chloroplast is a membranous organell.Prokaryotes do not have membranous organells.


How did mitochondria and chloraplast originate?

Both the mitochondria and chloroplast are believed to have prokaryotic origins. They are commonly believed to once have been bacteria that were engulfed by eukaryotic cells where they lived together with a mutualistic relationship. They would supply the eukaryotic cell with energy and the eukaryotic cell would provide them with protection. Both the mitochondria and chloroplast have their own separate genome unique to the DNA of the cell they are contained in which supports this theory or endosymbiotic evolution.


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Which organelle in found wihin an autotrophic eukaryotic cell?

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Where does photosynthesis occur in Eukaryotic cell?

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What is found within and autotropic eukaryotic cell?

Typical eukaryotic organells can be found.Special thing is chloroplast.


What is main the function of chloroplast in prokaryotic cell?

By definition, prokaryotic cells cannot have chloroplasts. This is either a trick question or the answer should replace prokaryotic with eukaryotic. In eukaryotic cells, the chloroplast serves as an energy translator. It takes energy from photons and translates it into usable energy for the cell via carbon compounds. These carbon compounds are eventually combined to form sugars.


Is chloroplast a eukaryotic cell or a prokaryotic cell?

A chloroplast is a organelle within the Plant Eukaryote. It is used by plants only to convert sunlight into energy (like solar panels). They use chlorophyll to do this, which gives the plants their green color.


Is chloroplast a prokaryotic cell or a eukaryotic cell?

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What are found in eukaryotic cells and not in prokaryotic cells?

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