Does chloroplast supply energy to eukaryotic cell?


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2014-03-29 06:40:48
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Indirectly,the answer is yes.It capture energy from sunlight.This energy is used in plant.

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They both supply energy to the cell

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

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.

It is an eukaryotic cel.It has a cell wall,chloroplast etc

There is a specific organell.That is the chloroplast

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

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.

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.

There is a nucleus, chloroplast, and a vacuole found in a eukaryotic cell but not a prokaryotic cells.

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.

A chloroplast traps the energy of sunlight.

A chloroplast is neither, because it is in a cell. Prokaryotic means that there is no cell organization, which are bacteria, and a chloroplast is again not its own cell, so it can't be that. Eukaryotic means it has a nucleus that stores the DNA. The chloroplast can be found in both of these types of cells, but it can't be either of them because it doesn't have its own DNA.

the pigments that are in the chloroplast. this organism(chloroplast) is only found in eukaryotic plant cells.

Main structure is the nucleus.Oher structures are mitochondria,chloroplast etc

It takes the sunlight and generates it into energy for the cell.

there is a wide difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotiv cell:prokaryotic cell has incipient nucleus whereas eukaryotic cell has well developed nucleus prokaryotic cells contain 70S ribosomes whereas eukaryotic cell contain 80S ribosomes the genetic material in prokaryotes is suspended in the cytoplasm whereas in eukayotes the genetic material is present in yhe nucleus with well defined boundaries prokaryotic cells lack mitochondria and chloroplast whereas eukaryotic cell have mitochondria and chloroplast

the membrane surrounds the hole cell and on the outside of the cell is the cell wall all cells both eukaryotic and prokaryotic have a cell membrane

9O% of DNA is in nucleus.DNA is also in mitochondria and chloroplast too.

the job of a chloroplast is to capture energy and make it into sugars and food for the cell.

Containing a cell wall indicates that the cell does not belong to an animal or a protozoa. Containing chloroplast indicates that the cell is eukaryotic and conducts photosynthesis.Therefore, one could infer that the cell in question is likely a plant cell.

It captures the energy from sunlight as chemical energy.

It converts light energy into chemical energy.

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