a small, double-membraned organelle of plant cells and certain protists, occurring in several varieties, as the chloroplast, and containing ribosomes, prokaryotic DNA, and, often, pigment.
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Asked in Chloroplasts
All chloroplast are plastid but not plastid are chloroplast?
All chloroplasts are plastids because chloroplasts are plastids containing chlorophyll. But, all plastids are not chloroplasts because only those plastid that contains chlorophyll are chloroplasts. ...
Asked in Photosynthesis, Botany or Plant Biology
What are the green plasmids that trap sunlight and convert it into chemical energy in a simple sugar molecule?
The pigment containing green organelles in cells are called plastid. The plastid involved in converting chemical energy into sugar is chloroplast. ...