No all plant cells look green - only those cells that contain the pigment chlorophyll look green. The chlorophyll enables the plants to photosynthesize to make their food. The cells that are green are therefore those which may be exposed to sunlight.
Plant cells contain chloroplasts, which contain chlorophyll, a pigment that is necessary for the plant to collect sunlight. Chlorophyll looks green to the naked eye.
plant cells contain chloroplasts. They make the plant look green and are where photosynthesis takes place.
Plant cells are green because they contain chlorophyll. Since only plant cells contain chlorophyll, only plant cells are green.
he/she would be green because chloroplasts are green.
Grass is a plant. Plants are made of plant cells. Plant cells have chlorophyll in them. Chlorophyll is the GREEN pigment in plant cells, so it makes the grass green.
Green algae is considered a plant, as its cells do have characteristics of plant cells, for example, they have chloroplasts.
plant cells are green because of the chloroplasts, which are made from chlorophill, which is green
Plant cells. Its what makes them green.
Plant cells are green because of the green pigment chlorophyll, which is found in the chloroplasts of the cells, and allows to plant to perform photosynthesis (the production of carbohydrates from carbon dioxide in the air).
Chloroplast is only in plant cells and is green. This is a riddle.
Chloroplasts in the cells of the leaf produce chlorophyll out of light which is a green chemical that makes food for the plant.
Chlorophyll the pigment in plant cells that give them the green color.
Plant cells are the color green. These are called chloroplasts.
Green plant cells contain chloroplasts, organelles that undergo photosynthesis. The chloroplasts contain chlorophyll, a green pigment that captures energy from the sun. The chlorophyll is what makes the plant green.
Chloroplasts make a plant green.
The chlorophyll has a green pigment, thus giving the plant its [green] color.
Plant cells that contain the green pigment chlorophyll also appear green in color. This green pigment is contained within the chloroplast.
No, both plant and animal cells do not have chloroplast. Plant cells have chloroplast that is why their leaves are green. Such as animals they do not. K.K
The cytoplasm of plant cells is green, but the cytoplasm of animal cells are colorless.
no. Chloroplasts are only in plant cells. chloroplasts are what makes the plant green.
Plant cells appear green and box-shaped.
Chloroplasts are located in plant cells, suspended in the cytoplasm. If you look close enough at plant cells, you will see that they are not uniformly green, but the color, in fact, is consolidated into chloroplasts, which appear as small "green dots" in the cell. A plant cell can contain between 11 - 65 chloroplasts, which are each about 3 micrometers in diameter.
a plant cell has something called chloroplast and it makes the plant a green colour in animal cells they don't have that. the chloroplast has chloroplasium in it to make the green colour of the plant so that is what plant cells can do that animal cells cant