Parenchymatous cells performing photosynthesis are called:

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Parenchymatous cells performing photosynthesis are called Chlorenchyma as they contain chloroplast in them.

Parenchyma is the most popular kind of permanent tissue found in all plants that is isodiametric  and obviously varies in morphology and physiology. Chlorenchyma refers to parenchyma cells that contain chlorophyll. Chlorenchyma in the cortex of the leaf is known as mesophyll tissue, that is further divided into pallisade and spongy tissues.

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