What is cytoplasms and chromoplast?

1.) The cytoplasm is a highly viscous (gel-like) fluid that fills up the cells. It is enclosed by the cell membrane, except for the cell nucleus.

Its function is to support and suspend organelles and cellular molecules.

Other functions of the cytoplasm include:

i. Maintain the shape of a cell

ii. Cell movement

iii. Material exchange

2.) The chloroplast is green-colored plastids that contain the green-colored photosynthetic pigment chlorophyll. The chlorophyll captures sunlight, converts it into energy, and releases oxygen from water.


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Updated on: 09-May-2023


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