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To trap sunlight to be used in the light reaction,that is,to split water into oxygen and hydrogen

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cholorophyll is what produces the green pigment and allows the leaf to absorb more light, the only light leaves cant absorb is green light


Cholorophyll it has five types 1 Cholorophyll a (Universal) 2 Cholorophyll b (Mostly plants) 3 Cholorophyll c1(Various algae) 4 Cholorophyll c2(Various algae) 5 Cholorophyll d (Cyanobacteria)


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Yes,chloroplasts have chlorophyll.They conduct the photosynthesis.


The Green plants convert solar energy into chemical energy and with the help of cholorophyll they produse their food.



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They mostly do it in their leaves because that is where the choloroplast is and it holds cholorophyll that causes photosynthesis which is the process of making food for a plant.


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Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts.


If a plant cells did not have chloroplasts then it would not have any cholorophyll, which would effectively remove any way of photosynthesis. Without photosynthesis, the plant would have no energy from the sun meaning it would not be able to respire or get energy and would die.


The chloroplasts take the sunlight from the sun and turn it into glucose in plant cells .



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