Photosynthesis

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What part of a plant cell absorbs the light energy?
Chloroplast
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What is the name of the green chemical that absorbs the light?
Chlorophyll
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Which mineral ion is needed to produce chlorophyll?
Magnesium
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In which part of the leaf do you find cells with Chloroplasts?
At the top of the surface, beneath the waxy layer in the palisade cells.
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Why do root hair cells lack chloroplasts?
Roots cannot photosynthesize due to lack of light below the earth's surface.
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What is the name of the green chemical that absorbs the light?

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Chlorophyll

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Which mineral ion is needed to produce chlorophyll?

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In which part of the leaf do you find cells with Chloroplasts?

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Why do root hair cells lack chloroplasts?

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