Chloroplasts

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Cell Biology
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Chloroplasts

Two membranes contain and protect the inner parts of the chloroplasts. The inner membrane surrounds the stoma and the grana. (Stacks of thylakoids). One thylakoid stack is called a granum. Chlorophyll molecules sit on the surface of each thylakoid and capture light energy from the sun. As energy rich molecules are created by the light dependent reactions, the move to the stoma where Carbon can be turned into sugars for the cell. Below is a video of cytoplasmic streaming of chloroplasts in a elodea plant cell. To your left is a diagram of our wonderful product.

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