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1 Chloroplasts and Centrioles By Rotimi, Stephen, Chris, and Nick

2 Chloroplasts Are only found in plant cells. Replace mitochondria Produce energy from sunlight Thylakoids trap the sunlight A group of thylakoids is called a granum.

3 Function This cells purpose is to make food It takes water and CO2 and uses sunlight to make it into sugars

4 Interesting Facts Give pants their green color. Is necessary in photosynthesis. The one unique organelle that only plants have.

5 And on to Centrioles!

6 What do They Look Like? Made of nine microtubules arranged in a circular shape  gives them a cylinder appearance

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8 Where are They Located? Found in animal cells and most protist cells Float around in the cytoplasm Located near the nucleus Found in pairs

9 Function Helps in cell division nucleation points for spindle formation during mitosis and meiosis The basal body for cilia and flagella

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