What are Plasmids and what do they do

Plasmids and what do they do

 

It is present in leaves, petals, fruits and roots etc.

 

Colour:

 

The colour of plastids may vary e.g. Green (chlorophyll), red, blue, yellow, purple and white etc.

 

Structure:

 

It is in the form of semi-fluid matrix called stroma. It is composed of protein and other chemicals. It is in the form of stack membranous system in which each membrane is called geranium. Granum is a place where photosynthesis takes place so it play vital role in plant cell.

 

Types of Plastids:

 

Plastids are of three types

 

  1. i) Chloroplast

 

  1. ii) Chromoplast

 

iii) Leucoplast

 

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