Which of the following best describes the role of the chloroplast in a plant cell

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  1. Packaging materials the cell needs and sending them around the cell.


  1. Capturing the sun’s energy so plants can use it to make their own food.


  1. Letting important materials enter the cell and keeping dangerous materials out.


  1. Storing food, water and other important substances.


Oct 28th, 2015

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The answer is 2.

The chloroplasts in a plant cell capture the sun's light (energy) so as to produce molecules that act as their food (molecules that store energy to perform other processes essential to life functions for the plant).

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