differentiate between aerenchyma and chlorenchyma

aerenchyma is a type of  parenchyma which is full of air cavities to help aquatic plants like hydrilla  to maintian buoyancy and to float  whereas chlorenchyma is a type of  parenchyma which contains chlorophyll   and help in phoyosynthesis 

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Chrolenchyma


1) In leaves and tender stems, parenchyma cells may contain chloroplast and in such case a parenchyma is called chlorenchyma.


Aerenchyma


1) In aquatic plants, fairly large air cavities are present between the parenchyma cells; such a parenchyma is called aerenchyma.


 
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Chlorenchyma . Sometimes, parenchyma cells contain chloroplast , These type of parenchyma cells are known as Chlorenchyma . They perform photosynthesis in plants.

Aerenchyma . When parenchyma cells contain large air cavities , then they are called aerenchyma . These cells are normally found in hydrophytes which help them to float . 

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Difference 

Chrolenchyma


1) In leaves and tender stems, parenchyma cells may contain chloroplast and in such case a parenchyma is called chlorenchyma.

Aerenchyma

1) In aquatic plants, fairly large air cavities are present between the parenchyma cells; such a parenchyma is called aerenchyma.

 

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 CHLORENCHYMA:PARENCHYMA THAT CONTAINS CHLOROPHYLL N PERFORMS PHOTOSYNTHESIS IN PLANTS.

AERENCHYMA:IN AQUATIC PLANTS,LARGE AIR CAVITIES ARE PRESENT IN PARENCHYMA TO GIV DEM BUOYANCY TO HELP THEM FLOAT

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chlorenchyma=when chloroplast developed in parenchyma and gets green than it is called chlorenchyma tissue.

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aerenchyma=when large air spaces are present in parenchyma then in is calles arenchyma tissue.it provide the bugoyency property which helps it to float in water

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CHLORENCHYMA : type of parenchyma that has green pigment chloroplast.

AERENCHYMA : in aquatic pants , large air cavities are present in parenchyma to give buoyancy to the plants to help them float i.e called aerenchyma.

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aerenchyma r found in aquatic plants while chlorenchyma r found in plants with green pigment

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Aerenchyma is found in aquatic plants while chlorenchyma is found in green plants.

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Aerenchyma is found in aquatic plants as it provides buoyancy to those plants while chlorenchyma is found in green plants. These are the parts of parenchyma.

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both are a type of parenchyma but aerenchyma is present in aquatic palnts with large air cavities to give them buoyancy to help them float whereas chlorenchyma contains chlorophyll and perform photosynthesis.
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if air is present between the cells then it is called aerenchyma. chlorenchyma contains chlorophyll which helps in photosynthesis
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in some situations,the parenchyma contains chlorophyll and performs photosynthesis.then its called as chlorenchyma.
in aquatic plants,large holes are present to help in the buoyancy of the plants to float .then it is called as a aerenchyma.
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Arenchyma is a type of parenchyma having air cavities between the cell which help the plant to float in water. It is present in aquatic plants. Parenchyma cells having chlorophyll pigment is known as chlorenchyma.It helps in photosynthesis. Present on the leaf of a plant
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Aerenchyma: A spongy or soft plant tissue with large air spaces found between the cells of the stems and leaves of many aquatic plants, which allows exchange of gases between the shoot and the root. Aerenchyma also provides buoyancy, so the plants can easily float on the water.

Chlorenchyma: In some cases the parenchyma cells contain chloroplasts and are called as chlorenchyma. These cells are meant for photosynthesis.
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