Why are there no chloroplasts in animal and plant cells?
September 14, 2021
Plant cells contain chloroplasts! They are elements of the nutrition process (plant nutrition is autotrophic and for this they need chloroplasts in order to absorb chlorophyll).
But animals do not have them, because they do not need chlorophyll as a means of nutrition, the basis of animal nutrition is proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
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