View Chloroplast Sketch Pics. In plants, choloroplasts occur in all green tissues. They are compared to stacks of coins.
Sketch of spirogyra and label frame #6 fungi the fungi was removed from the plant kingdom the elodea plant has chloroplast and the onion skin cell has none because the onion is the root of the. The sketch of the chloroplast above was made from an electron micrograph of a inside the chloroplasts are stacks of discs called thylakoids. Discuss the chemical evidence of prokaryotic origin of subcellular organelles such as mitochondria and chloroplasts.… read more.
Chloroplasts are a type of plastid, distinguished by their green color, the result of specialized chlorophyll pigments.
In plants, choloroplasts occur in all green tissues. 317 x 227 jpeg 27 кб. (1) compare and contrast chloroplast and mitochondria. Essentially, chloroplasts are plastids found in cells of higher plants and algae as sites of photosynthesis.