chromoplast

[n] - plastid containing pigments other than chlorophyll usually yellow or orange carotenoids
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chromoplast

Plant chromatophore filled with red/orange or yellow carotenoid pigment. Responsible for colour of carrot and of many petals.
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chromoplast

Plant chromatophore filled with red/orange or yellow carotenoid pigment. Responsible for colour of carrot and of many petals. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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chromoplast

noun plastid containing pigments other than chlorophyll usually yellow or orange carotenoids
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chromoplast

A parenchyma cell containing chromoplasts. Each red dot is a chromoplast that contains carotenoids. Image credit: David Webb, University of Hawaii A pigmented plastid found in certain plant cells. Chromoplasts that contain carotenoid pigments impart the red, orange, or yellow colors to various f...
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chromoplast

Type: Term Pronunciation: krō′mō-plast Definitions: 1. A plastid filled with carotenoid pigments.
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