How are chromatophores different from chloroplasts?

Chromatophores are cells containing pigment, depending on their color, they are classified into cyanophores (blue), melanophores (brown), iridiophores (rainbow), etc. Chromatophores are found in a large number of animals, namely fish, amphibians, cephalopods, and bacteria, including photosynthetic bacteria.

Plastids are classified into chromoplast (found in flowers / fruits), chlorophyll containing chloroplast, which is photosynthetic in functionality, and white or colorless leukoplast for starch storage.

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