Chloroplasts are the organelles that can be found in plant cells, and their primary job is to conduct photosynthesis, according to Science Daily. Photosynthesis is the process that plants use to convert light energy into... More »

The primary function of chloroplasts is to produce food and energy for eukaryotic cells. The chloroplast absorbs sunlight and combines it with carbon dioxide and water to produce food for plants. Chloroplasts also produc... More »

Chloroplasts are located in the cells of the leaves of green plants and in the cells of eukaryotic algae. They contain a green coloring pigment called chlorophyll that carries out the process of photosynthesis in the pre... More »

Photosynthesis takes place in small organelles called chloroplasts, which reside in some plant cells. Most photosynthetic cells are in the leaves of a plant, though a few may be found in other structures. More »

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In plant cells, chloroplasts perform photosynthesis, a process that converts light energy from the sun into chemical energy in the form of glucose. Plants can later use this stored chemical energy to carry out activities... More »

Chloroplasts are the organelles found in plant cells that contain chlorophyll and undergo photosynthesis. The chlorophyll pigments found in the chloroplasts are the main pigments utilized in photosynthetic reactions. More »

According to Online Digital Education Connection, analogies for chloroplasts are power plants that imitate the function of chloroplasts in a plant cell to utilize solar energy or light in the processing of food for plant... More »