Plant cells contain chlorophyll.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a green pigment that absorbs light energy for photosynthesis. Chloroplast are not found in all plant cells.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll, but chloroplasts are only found in plant cells.
They contain chlorophyll which is only found in plants. As for what is found in chlorophyll, Magnesium. ~KKMG1
All plant cells contain chlorophyll. It is located in the chloroplast.
Plant cells are green because they contain chlorophyll. Since only plant cells contain chlorophyll, only plant cells are green.
Chloroplasts contain thylakoids and chlorophyll. These are only found in plant cells.
Most, but not all plant cells contain chlorophyll. Chlorophyll requires light in order for photosynthesis to occur, it make no sense then that plants produce chlorophyll in cells where no sunlight can reach; for this reason root cells and tissues do not contain chlorophyll
Plant cells contain an outer cell wall and chloroplasts, which produce chlorophyll
Plant cells found in the leaves would contain chloroplasts which would contain chlorophyll to photosynthesise.
Only plant cells contain chlorophyll, since animal cells do not rely on photosynthesis.
Plant cells that contain the pigment chlorophyll are called chloroplasts.
Only plant cells contain chlorophyll, the pigment responsible for gathering light energy to use for photosynthesis.
Chlorophyll is found in the chloroplasts of plant cells.
all of them
Plant cells that contain chloroplast.
I'm pretty sure its Chlorophyll, which is found in plant cells.
That would be Chlorophyll.
no plant cells do
It is found in plant cells.
Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll. They are small organelles found only in plant cells, not animal cells.
the palisade cell contains chloroplasts which in turn contain chlorophyll the photosynthetic pigment within plant cells.
Chlorophyll is found only in plant cells.
no, plant cells contain chlorophyll and a cell wall