Chloroplasts are called energy convertors - explain


Chloroplast contains the green pigment chlorophyll which absorbs solar energy and converts it to potential energy. It is then converted into chemical energy through the process of photosynthesis using water and carbon-dioxide to release the end products oxygen and glucose. Glucose is then transported as sucrose and converted into an insoluble starch which acts as the reserve energy of a plant

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