No. Animal cells do not contain chloroplasts.
Photosynthesis occurs within chloroplasts. They are found in plants and other eukaryotic organisms that undergo photosynthesis (such as algae).
Yes they do because all living things do have one.
no, only autotrophic eukaryotes have chloroplast
Yes,they have chloroplasts.But they should be photosynthetic.
if they are plant cells
Well I am not to sure but I think it is a eukaryote.
In animal eukaryotic cells , DNA is located in the nucleus and the mitochondria. In plant eukaryotic cells , DNA is located in the above two locations plus the chloroplasts.
Chlorophyll in chloroplasts in the cells.
Chloroplasts are found only in plant cells. They contain the green pigment called chlorophyll, which absorbs sunlight. The chloroplasts use the sunlight energy to make food (sugar) for the plant. Chloroplasts are found mainly in the leaf cells in plants. Cells in the top half of the leaf, called palisade cells, have many chloroplasts. Cells in the bottom half of the leaf, called spongy cells, have fewer chloroplasts. Not all plant cells contain chloroplasts. For example cells inside the stem, and root cells, usually lack chloroplasts. Also the 'skin' cells (epidermis) on the leaves do not contain chloropasts. For more information about chloroplasts see: http://www.biology4kids.com/files/cell_chloroplast.html
Compared to plant cells, they do not have cell walls nor chloroplasts.
I am pretty sure all those are in animal cells.
Plants ,algae are eukariyotes with chloroplasts. Animals and fungi do not have
All fungi are eukaryotes, like animals having a nucleus and mitochondria in their cells but lacking chloroplasts.
They are in cytoplasm and on endoplasmic reticulumn.Also found in mitochondria and chloroplasts
Chloroplast are organelles found in plant cells and other photosynthetic eukaryote organisms. Chloroplasts get energy from the sun and use it to make food and to produce ATP to use by animals and other consumers. Chloroplast have chlorophyll which gives plants their green color.
No bacteria have chloroplasts. Plants have chloroplasts. Chloroplasts were originally cyanobacteria -- they are the results of an endosymbiosis between a cyanobacterium and a eukaryote.
eukaryote cells or eukaryote organisms.
It takes place in chloroplast.The site of photosynthesis.
Chloroplasts are in eukariyotes.They are absent in prokariyotes
okay, animal cells don't have chloroplasts!! only plant cells do!! chloroplasts give the plant its green color!!
Chloroplasts are found in plant cells.