What are the main structures of chloroplasts?

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Biology

Chloroplasts are involved by two membrane layers, the outer and the inner membranes. Inside the organelle the formative unit is called the granum, a coin-shaped structure that, piled with others grana, forms several structures called thylakoids. The thylakoids fill the chloroplast and an intergrana membrane permeates the interior interior of the organelle.

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Dipti KC
Apr 8, 2023
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