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Chlorophyll in chloroplasts is located in
  1. Grana

  2. Pyrenoid

  3. Stroma

  4. Both A and B


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The correct option is A

Grana


The light absorbing pigment, chlorophyll molecules that contributes to the green colour of plants are situated in the light harvesting complexes of photosystems. The photosystems are found in the thylakoid membranes of the grana.
Stroma is the colourless fluid inside the chloroplasts that bathe the grana and the thylakoid membranes.
Pyrenoids are sub-cellular micro-compartments found in chloroplasts of many algae, and in a single group of land plants, the hornworts.

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