Dimorphic chloroplasts are present in

Dimorphic Chloroplasts Are Present In Biology Question

Dimorphic chloroplasts are present in


(a) Sugarcane(C₄)
(b) Cotton
(c) Pea
(d) Mango

Correct Answer:



Sugarcane is C₄ plant. The chloroplasts in C₄ leaves are dimorphic (Two morphologically) distinct types). The chloroplasts of bundle sheath cells contain starch grains but lack grana. The mesophyll cells on the other hand, contain normal type of chloroplasts.

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Topics: Photosynthesis in Higher Plants (153)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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