Does the mitochondrion perform photosynthesis?
No. They are the "powerhouses" of the cell and provide energy by producing ATP. Chloroplast in plants preform photosynthesis.
No. Photosynthesis occurs in cell organelles termed as the
chloroplasts. Mitochondria is the cell organelle where energy is
produced by oxidation of molecules such as sugars produced during
photosynthesis. Cellular respiration occurs in
The principal function of a mitochondrion is to perform cellular respiration, which means to take energy from organic sources and change it to a form that the rest of the cell can use. The principal function of a chloroplast is to perform photosynthesis, which means to capture light energy and store it in a form that is usable by the rest of the cell.
Mitochondrion is responsible for respiration.Chloroplast is responsible for photosynthesis.
It takes the products of photosynthesis and uses cellular respiration to produce ATP, but it does not take part in the actual reactions of photosynthesis. The mitochondrion can, however, give carbon dioxide to the chloroplasts, so it is able to give reactants to the process.
mitochondrion site of photosynthesis
All producers can perform photosynthesis it is how they survive, so since a daisy is a producer, yes it can perform photosynthesis.
ability to perform photosynthesis
Only plants which have chlorophyll can perform photosynthesis.
all plants no we cant say that all plants perform photosynthesis because only green plants perform photosynthesis.
Generally, all the green living organisms such as plants and trees. They perform photosynthesis whenever there is sunlight like in the morning. ><
There is a species of protist called the euglena, which does perform photosynthesis.
Dinobryon, a type of microscopic algae, can perform photosynthesis.
They perform cellular respiration but not photosynthesis.
Mitochondrion perform aerobic respiration to produce energy. This however is only true as long as oxygen is present at the time.
Animal cells don't perform photosynthesis. Plants do perform photosynthesis. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of plant cells.
Which two organelles involve either photosynthesis or cellular respiration a cell membrane and cell wall b endoplasmic reticulum and ribosome c mitochondrion and chloropl?
Mitochondrion and chloroplasts.
The kind of organism that would be most likely to perform photosynthesis is the plant. All plants must perform photosynthesis.
Most plants do perform photosynthesis. Some plants can't photosynthesis because they don't have chlorophyll.
Yes some stems do perform photosynthesis. Cactus is a prime example.
Chloroplasts are the organelles that allow plants to perform photosynthesis.
no, the black mamba is a snake. Only plants can perform photosynthesis
The chloroplast is the structure in plants that allow them to perform photosynthesis.
Does plants are able to carry out photosynthesis because they contain the organelle knows as a mitochondrion?
No. It's chloroplasts
actually photosynthesis is the process that is performed by plant leaves which contains chloraplasts as fruits does not contain chloroplast it does not perform photosynthesis
The chlorophyll a and b and carotene pigments within a chloroplast perform photosynthesis.
It is believed that blue-green algae were the first organisms to perform photosynthesis.
Plant cells contain chloroplasts which allow them to perform photosynthesis.
What organelles must be presented within a cell of a leaf for cellular respiration and photosynthesis occur?
In Chloroplast and mitochondrion
yes. because plant cells perform photosynthesis and cellular respiration. usually they perform photosynthesis and use some of the products of that to perform cellular respiration.
Chloroplasts perform photosynthesis.
it requires plenty of sun,water,and sun in order for a plant to perform photosynthesis
There are no animals that perform photosynthesis but there are a group of bacteria called cyanobacteria that rely partially on photosynthesis to generate metabolic energy.
Mushrooms are fungae. the fungi don't posess chlorophyll. hence they can't perform photosynthesis
Yes; all plants perform photosynthesis.
It is an eukariyotic organell.It generates energy through respiration.It is universal.
What is the difference between autotrophs and heterotrophs in terms of whether the cells perform photosynthesis and or cellular respiration?
Autotrophs perform both respiration and photosynthesis. Heterotrophs perform only respiration
Organisms that contain chlorophyll perform photosynthesis. These include cyanobacteria, plant-like protists, and plants.
No. Not all cells perform photosynthesis, as they often have other jobs to do. eg. taking water to the leaves.
They perform photosynthesis because plants need photosynthesis to grow and develop . All living organisms need energy to live and photosynthesis uses sunlight energy to make natural food for plants .
Prokaryotes do not perform photosynthesis. They are organisms that lack a cell nucleus, they don't even have chloroplast, to perform it. Plants, which are eukaryotes, photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast.
Chloroplasts its where photosynthesis occurs.
Because mitochondrion are the powerhouses of the cell; they provide it with energy to move and perform functions.
Within an organelle called the mitochondrion (plural mitochondria), which are scattered throughout the cell.
Yes, desert plants carry out photosynthesis.
An abiotic part of an ecosystem that is required by plants to perform photosynthesis is sunlight or carbon dioxide
No. We do not perform the function of photosynthesis as we are heterotrophs.Plants ,who are autotrophs perform photosynthesis to make their ownfood.The plants by this process convert the suns energy into their food
Phytoplankton add oxygen to and remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere when they perform photosynthesis.
No, a plant actually needs carbon dioxide to perform photosynthesis. Oxygen is a product of photosynthesis.
Chloroplast perform photosynthesis.
of course it does