Plants are able to convert the sun’s energy into a usable form of food known as glucose. A plant can do this, but animals cannot due to a specialized organelle found only in plant cells. This process occurs in which organelle?
The organelles a plant has that an animal cell does not have are chloroplasts, chlorophyll, and a cell wall. Chlorophyll converts the sun’s energy into glucose.
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