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Chloroplasts: Capture of Light Energy The chloroplast is a specialized member of
a family of closel related plant or anelles called Elastidsl Z t , , )1 less plastids that
articularly in rr_ylo_;_gla_sts re colon store starch (amylose) roots and mbers.
... C ompartments: the intermembrane space, the stroma, and the thylakoid sp ' “ '
ace. ln Chapter 10, you will learn how this compartmental organization -ables the
chloroplast to convert light energy to chemical energy during photosynthesis.
But improvements in both light microscopy and electron microscopy have
revealed the cytoskeleton, a network of fibers extending throughout the
cytoplasm (Figure 6.20). The cytoskeleton, which plays a major role in organizing
the structures ...
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