The double-membraned chondriosome can be slackly described as a big wrinkly bag packed inside of a smaller. wrinkleless bag. The two membranes create distinguishable compartments within the cell organ, and are themselves really different in construction and in map. Two membranes contain and protect the interior parts of the chloroplast. The stroma is an country interior of the chloroplast where reactions occur and starches ( sugars ) are created. One thylakoid stack is called a granum.
The thylakoids have chlorophyll molecules on their surface. That chlorophyll utilizations sunlight to make sugars. The tonss of pouch are connected by stromal gill. The lamellae act like the skeleton of the chloroplast. maintaining all of the pouch a safe distance from each other and maximising the efficiency of the cell organ. Stages Involved Glycolysis. the Krebs Cycle. Electron Transport Chain Photoexcitation