This tutorial introduces plant chloroplasts. It includes a diagram of chloroplast with its many parts: outer membrane, inner membrane, stromal lamellae, thylakoid, stroma, and starch. The article also tells of and shows the chloroplast's special structures. The chloroplast's making of sugars to feed the cell and the different chlorophyll molecules are also elaborated upon.
This image displays the cycle that the chloroplast goes through. It shows the movement of the ADP and ATP with other factors including light reaction, Calvin cycle, NADPH2 and NADP+.
The structure of chloroplast is shown with some facts about the appearance of the different parts it is made of. It compares the structure to an envelops, a matrix, and other things.
This helpful video displays the appearance, different parts, and functions of chloroplasts. The visualization helps learners have a mental image of the chloroplast and what functions the different parts of the chloroplast have.
An article explaining the importance and science of chloroplast. Chloroplasts are organelles found in plant cells and eukaryotic algae that conduct photosynthesis. It explains the structure of chloroplast and how it uses sunlight as energy.
Just like when the plant receives energy from the chloroplasts, Popeye gets energy from the spinach.
chloroplast: Structure within the cells of plants and green algae that is the site of photosynthesis, the process by which light energy is converted to chemical energy, resulting in the production...