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Convert light energy to chemical energy stored in the chemical bonds of glucose or starch a)...

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Convert light energy to chemical energy stored in the chemical bonds of glucose or starch

a) microtubules

b) chloroplasts

c) Golgi bodies

d) DNA molecules

e) RNA molecules

f) central vacuoles

g) lysosomes

h) mitochondria

i) nucleoli

j) ribosomes

An Important Process:

Certain organisms have the capacity to use the sun's light energy to make food. In order to do this, they must have specific cell organelles in which this important chemical reaction is able to take place.

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