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Which of these is NOT a structure/chemical found in a chloroplast? Question 12 answers DNA cristae thylakoid stroma
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User: Which of these is NOT a structure/chemical found in a chloroplast? Question 12 answers DNA cristae thylakoid stroma

Weegy: cristae is NOT a structure/chemical found in a chloroplast.
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User: What part of a plant cell stores water, ions, nutrients, and wastes? Question 14 answers cellulose cell wall central vacuole chloroplast

Weegy: What part of a plant cell stores water, ions, nutrients, and wastes? central vacuole
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