A network of flattened sac-like structures inside a plant chloroplast. a.) autotrophs b.) Calvin...

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A network of flattened sac-like structures inside a plant chloroplast.

a.) autotrophs

b.) Calvin Cycle

c.) carotenoids

d.) chlorophyll

e.) heterotrophs

f.) NADP+/NADPH

g.) photons

h.) photosystem

i.) stomata

j.) thylakoids

Chloroplasts

The chloroplast is a triple-membrane organelle found exclusively on plant cells. chloroplasts contain the photosynthetic pigment chlorophyll which is responsible for capturing light energy which is necessary for transforming inorganic substances, particularly water and carbon dioxide, into an organic substance, particularly sugar.

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The correct answer is option J.

The thylakoid is the inner membrane that forms the granum which are the disc-like structures inside the chloroplasts....

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Chloroplast: Definition, Structure, Function & Examples

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What is a chloroplast? What does the chloroplast do? Read about chloroplast function, the parts of chloroplasts, and the chloroplast structure. See a chloroplast diagram.


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