Why do chloroplasts align themselves along the walls of mesophyll cells?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 23rd Jul, 2014, 03:39: PM
Chloroplasts align themselves along the walls of mesophyll cells to obtain optimum quantity of the incident light.
Answered by | 23rd Jul, 2014, 05:39: PM
- dear sir/mam can u plz share the source image that photosynthesis takes place faster in red/blue colour because in my competition exam i choose red but in answer key and google also showing white colour is right. plz help
- 1.What is TCA cycle? 2.Why is granum absent in leucoplast?
- Internally, the chloroplast consists of which fluid?
- The membrane system of chloroplast is responsible for the synthesis of which two molecules?
- Name the two sets of reactions which take place in the chloroplast.
- Why is chlorophyll a the chief photosynthetic pigment?
- Which pigments constitute the accessory pigments in the thylakoid?
- In which region of the visible light spectrum does most photosynthesis take place?
- Which technique is used to separate leaf pigments?
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