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Concept: Leaf & Chloroplast Anatomy

Problem: Which of the following statement about chloroplasts in false? A) The stroma is analogous to the matrix of the mitochondria. B) Thylakoids are usually arranged in stacks (grana). The role of chloroplasts is to capture light energy. C) The stroma contains the enzymes responsible for the light- dependent reactions. D) Both the light - dependent (light) and carbon-fixation (dark) reaction occur in the chloroplasts.

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Photosynthesis: process where plants produce glucose and O2 using CO2, H2O, and light

: occurs in the chloroplast

: divided into two phases → light reactions and Calvin cycle

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Which of the following statement about chloroplasts in false? 

A) The stroma is analogous to the matrix of the mitochondria. 

B) Thylakoids are usually arranged in stacks (grana). The role of chloroplasts is to capture light energy. 

C) The stroma contains the enzymes responsible for the light- dependent reactions. 

D) Both the light - dependent (light) and carbon-fixation (dark) reaction occur in the chloroplasts.

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