Arabidopsis Amyloplasts

Arabidopsis Amyloplasts

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Caption: Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana) amyloplasts. Electron micrograph of root cap cell showing amyloplasts. Amyloplasts are colourless plastids found in non green cells that convert sugar into starch granules stored for future energy use.

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