Chloroplasts are organelles required for photosynthesis. This process takes energy from the sun and uses it as energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars.
Chloroplasts - the process is known as photosynthesis.
The organelle that captures energy from sunlight and uses it to produce food for the cell is called a chloroplast.
That organelle is the chloroplast.
heat and energy are the uses of carbohydrates. heat and energy are the uses of carbohydrates.
There are two different organelles that convert energy in plants. One is the chloroplast, which uses energy from sunlight as well as water and carbon dioxide to produce carbohydrates, which store energy. When plants need to use the energy stored in their carbohydrates, they break down the carbohydrates into water and CO2 using organelles called mitochondria.
I'm pretty sure it is the chloroplast
chloroplasts do. they capture the energy from the sun and use it to make food for the cell.
mitochondria Its the chloroplast, all the mitochondria does is produce the cell's energy
Chloroplasts use energy from the sun to perform photosynthesis - through which they create glucose.
Photosynthesis uses light energy (oftentimes provided by the sun) to produce glucose, a monosaccharide and a simple carbohydrate.
The type of organelle in a plant cell that uses sunlight to produce food is chloroplasts.
The chlorophyll in the chloroplasts of PLANT cells does this.
for energy Carbohydrates provide energy for our bodies and our everyday lives.
when an organism uses most of it's carbohydrates, it can get energy from these lipids
Fermentation is the process in which carbohydrates are converted into energy, ethanol and CO2. Fermentation uses oxidative phosphorylation to produce ATP.
They are used for energy
The body uses carbohydrates to provide energy to the body