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OpenStudy (anonymous):

What do cloroplasts do in plant cells? HELP!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

they capture light and turn it into sugar they are what do photosynthesis

OpenStudy (anonymous):

THANX Much!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

More reading if you want it... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloroplast

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SWEET!

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thank you

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lol i just joined 5 min ago

OpenStudy (anonymous):

Chloroplasts contains chlorophyll that helps in photosynthesis.

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