What is the difference between chloroplasts and stomata.

Chloroplast makes the plants food from the sunlight. They obsorb light and use it together with CO2 and water to create sugars. This gets complicated if you want to go into more detail you can... it depends on what grade you are in... 

Stomata are microscopic pores found on the under side of leaves. You will find the stomata in the epidermal tissue. The stomata is bounded by two half moon shaped guard cells that function to vary the width of the pore. Each guard cell contains chloroplasts. The glucose concentration of the the cells changes with the photosynthetic activity and therefore it is the guard cells that regulate the opening and closing of the stoma.
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Chloroplast contains chlorophyll and photosynthesis takes place here.Stomata is a tiny opening on the surface of the leaf from which plants breathe.Please give a like!
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chloroplasts=a plastid in green plant cells which contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place.
stomata=   In botany, a stoma is a tiny opening or pore that is used for gas exchange. They are mostly found on the under-surface of plant leaves. Air enters the plant through these openings. The carbon dioxide is used in photosynthesis. Some of the oxygen produced is used in respiration.
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A kind of cell organelle found in plant cells is called Chloroplast . Stomata are small opening present in the underside of a leaf .
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Chloroplasts - Where chlorophyll takes place .

Stomata - Through which gases pass .
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Stomata is atiny pore
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where chyllrophyll take places-chlroplast
through which gases pass.
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CHLOROPLAST AND STOMATA are totally different but they both are present in the leaves of a plant only.

chloroplast contains chlorophyll which is a green pigment which gives the leaves its green color.

stomata are small opening under the surface of the leaves through which exchange og gases takes place.


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chloroplasts and stomata are both present in leaves
cloroplasts - contains chlorophyll
stomata- stomata are tiny pores which help in exchange of gases.
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Choloroplast is a green pigment
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It is not correct
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cloroplast contains chlorophyll
stomata does not contain chlorophyll
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