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All plants feature chloroplasts within their cells, though they are not present in every cell of the plant. Chloroplasts are organelles that have a green pigment that make the plant look green. More »

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Chloroplasts are organelles that help plants convert water, energy and sunlight into food. Chloroplasts support photosynthesis by storing energy and synthesizing metabolic materials. More »

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Root cells do not contain chloroplasts because in most plants the roots are underground and not exposed to light. Chloroplasts are needed for photosynthesis, which needs light to occur. More »

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Photosynthesis takes place inside of chloroplasts, which are inside plant cells. Photosynthesis is the process by which plants turn sunlight into energy. More »

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Root cells do not contain chloroplasts because in most plants the roots are underground and not exposed to light. Chloroplasts are needed for photosynthesis, which needs light to occur. More »

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Spirogyra cells contain chloroplasts, a large vacuole, a cell nucleus, cytoplasmic strands holding the nucleus in place and two cell walls. They are simple plants, with no specialized cells for absorbing water, transport... More »

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The cells that conduct water in plants are tracheids or vessel members, both of which make up the plant tissue known as xylem. The type of cell predominant in xylem depends on the type of plant, but most species in all g... More »

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