An indirect answer would be a solar panel, since they both use sunlight to capture energy. That would be a good analogy if you were focusing on the "sunlight". A household electricity generator would be a better analogy if you were focusing on the fact that it "generates" electricity and provides it for the entire house. hope that helps
An analogy would be solar panels. Solar panels absorb the light and convert it into usable energy. So do chloroplasts. They convert it into chemical energy.
solar panels, they take in sunlight and convert it to energy, just like chloroplasts!!!
Humans are chemo heterotrophs.So they do not have chloroplasts.
They may be hard to find, but solar panels are the equivalent of chloroplasts. They make energy out of sunlight, and they're mostly green.
The most common plastids that are known for containing color pigments are chloroplasts. They contain a green pigment called chlorophyll.
analogy for a ship is analogy for a ship so its an analogy
chloroplasts obviously do whatever chloroplasts do
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If you make an analogy between two things, you show they are alike in some way.me and my friend are a analogy
Photosynthetic eukariyotic cells have chloroplasts. Chloroplasts carry out photosynthesis to produce food.
An analogy would be a T.V
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the analogy of stomata is stomach
The plural of analogy is analogies.
Chlorophyll make chloroplasts green.They are stored in chloroplasts.
They do not contain chloroplasts
Chloroplasts are green.
No, there are no chloroplasts in animal cells. Chloroplasts are only in plant cells.
No bacteria have chloroplasts. Plants have chloroplasts. Chloroplasts were originally cyanobacteria -- they are the results of an endosymbiosis between a cyanobacterium and a eukaryote.
yes, it's an analogy to the bible
An analogy is a comparison that can be made between an idea.
analogy is comparison of two question
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