Question by  amanda18 (2)

What is the structure of a chloroplast?


Answer by  kbbaybee16 (350)

A chloroplast structure consists of grana..thylakoid..stroma..outer and inner membrane..As the light reactions proceed, the inside of the thlyakoid develops a high concentration of hydrogen ions, and this is important for the production of ATP by the chloroplast.


Answer by  mgoodman (204)

A chloroplast is made of repeating units called thylakoids that contain the chlorophyll which turns sunlight into sugar units called cellulose.


Answer by  Darkcraft (5)

A chloroplast is a plastid of plant cells. Chloroplasts contain granum (stacks of thylakoids) which are separated from the lumen by a membrane. Photosynthetic reactions occur across this membrane.

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