differentiate between aerenchyma and chlorenchyma
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 .
1) In leaves and tender stems, parenchyma cells may contain chloroplast and in such case a parenchyma is called chlorenchyma.
1) In aquatic plants, fairly large air cavities are present between the parenchyma cells; such a parenchyma is called aerenchyma.
chlorenchyma=when chloroplast developed in parenchyma and gets green than it is called chlorenchyma tissue.
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
Chlorenchyma: In some cases the parenchyma cells contain chloroplasts and are called as chlorenchyma. These cells are meant for photosynthesis.