"Tissue in the leaf that has the highest concentration of chloroplasts".Comment

This is the tissue below the epidermis, and closest to the top of the leaf. It has the highest concentration of chloroplasts and performs the maximum photosynthesis. Chloroplasts are concentrated particularly in the parenchyma cells of the leaf mesophyll. The inner stem cells and underground organs, such as the root system or bulb, contain no chloroplasts.

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