Chloroplasts in Plants Perform Photosynthesis


Chloroplasts found in plants utilize carbon dioxide, water absorbed through the roots, and the sunlight to release energy. In spite of Chloroplasts’ small organelles, they contain many membranes called “Thylakoids” that conduct many complicated chemical reactions in organized sequences.

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Uses light energy
DecompositionUse of natural phenomena

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By means of chemical reactions that take place during photosynthesis, this feature can be applied to extract hydrogen required for the production of fuel cells, as well as the development of solar power.

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