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We got assigned to do an oral report on cell parts and my partner and I got stuck with Chromoplasts and Leucoplasts. Our book only breifly mentions them. It says that Chromoplasts basically store pigment in plants and Leucoplasts store energy molecules such as starch. What are Chromoplasts and Leucoplasts made out of? Can you give me any more detail about what their functions are? Are their any similar structures in animals?
Re: Chromoplasts and Leucoplasts - What are they?
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