Which of the following features is used to distinguish chloroplasts, chromoplasts and leucoplasts?
Which of the following is true about Chloroplasts?
(i) Chloroplasts are minute oval bodies bounded by a double membrane.
(ii) Their interior contains closely packed flattened sacs called thylakoids.
(iii) There are over 60 chloroplasts in a cell.
(iv) The pigment chlorophyll is contained in the empty spaces of thylakoids.
Plastid differs from mitochondria on the basis of one of the following features. Mark the right answer.
(a) Presence of two layers of membrane
(b) Presence of ribosome
(c) Presence of thylakoids
(d) Presence of DNA
What is common between chloroplasts, chromoplasts and leucoplasts?