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C. They are only found in plants.
Chloroplasts are organelles of plant cells that are mainly involved in photosynthesis. Plants appear green because chloroplasts contain the pigment chlorophyll. This makes statement B and D true.
The main function of chlorophyll is to capture the light energy from the sun to produce energy for the plant. Chloroplasts are rich in starch granules, because the chloroplasts synthesize a lot of sugar during the day as part of photosynthesis. This sugar is used at night during cellular respiration. Thus, statement A is also true.
Although animal cells don’t have chloroplasts, plants are not the only living organisms that possess chloroplasts. Algae also have chloroplasts, and many of them, such as the dinoflagellates and the Kingdom Chromista, are not considered plants.
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