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facebook Wall Photos Me Sources Chloroplast Very busy doing photosynthesis! Wall Info Photos Boxes Write something… Share View photos of Chloroplast (9) Send Chloroplast a message Chloroplast Very busy doing photosynthesis! Poke /message Information Chloroplast is preparing to photosynthesize. Networks: Plant Cell Political: Socialist Chloroplast Oh Joy! Sunlight! Religion: Theist Location : Cytoplasm in a Plant Cell Chloroplast Friends Chloroplast I have to make some more starch for that lazy oaf of a Mitochondrion! Chloroplast I love this socialist networking site even though I’m antisocial! Chloroplast Thanks for letting the sun’s light pass through you to me, Cell Membrane! We chloroplasts are able to perform feats well beyond human technology--the efficient splitting of water into hydrogen and oxygen, and the synthesis of sugars from water and carbon dioxide to chemically store energy. Mitochondrion Cell Membrane Logout

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facebook Wall Photos Chloroplast Me Sources Chloroplast Very busy doing photosynthesis! Wall Info Photos Boxes Basic Information View photos of Chloroplast (5) Networks: Sex: Home: Political orientation: Religious views: Plant Cell ? Cytoplasm, Plant Cell Socialist Theist Send Chloroplast a message Poke/ message Information Networks: Plant Cell Political: Socialist Religion: Theist Personal Information Activities: Photosynthesis, listening to NPR Interests: Sunlight Favorite Music: “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles Favorite Movies: “The Inner Life of a Cell” , “Chariots of Fire” Favorite Books: Linnaeus' Philosophia Botanica by Linnaeus Location: Cytoplasm in a Plant Cell Contact Information Photos I do not intend to discard this last vestige of my privacy. 2 Albums Updated 2 days ago Updated two months ago Logout

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facebook Wall Photos Me Sources Chloroplast Very busy doing photosynthesis! Wall Info Chloroplast’s photos Chloroplast’s Albums Friends 2 photos Photos Boxes 11 Photos 2 Photo Alums Pictures of me 9 photos Profile Pictures 1 photo Chloroplast Logout

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ME MADE OF: Stroma (aqueous fluid), Thylakoid, Granum, Lamella,

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ME MADE OF: Stroma (aqueous fluid), Thylakoid, Granum, Lamella, Lumen (inside thylakoid), Cell Membranes. FUNCTION: Photosynthesis (when plants use the energy of sunlight to convert water and Carbon dioxide into high energy carbohydrates sugars/starches. Oxygen is a waste product). Photosynthesis occurs in two stages. In the first stage, light-dependent reactions capture the energy of light and use it to make the energy-storage molecules ATP and NADPH. The light-independent Calvin cycle uses the energy from short-lived electronically excited carriers to convert carbon dioxide and water into organic compounds that can be used by the organism (and by animals that feed on it). This set of reactions is also called carbon fixation. MISCELLANEOUS: I am the original “solar power plant”! My name means “the one who forms green”, Mitochondrion and I each have our own DNA and double membranes. Occasionally I store starch grains. It is thought that once my honorable ancestors were humble cyanobacteria that were engulfed (along with proteobacterium) by prokaryotic cells. Over time, the prokaryotic cells developed a symbiotic relationship with the proteobacterium (who were now mitochondria) and my ancestors (who now were chloroplasts). This is called the endosybiotic theory.

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