Plastids are organelles found in plant cells. These are involved in the synthesis and storage of food.
Plastids are of different types- (1) chloroplasts, (2) chromoplasts, (3) leucoplasts.
Chromoplasts are plastids that are coloured due to the pigments that are produced and stored inside them that is not chlorophyll.
They are found in fruits, flowers, roots, and senescent leaves and are responsible for their different colours.
So the correct answer is option D.
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The cytoplasm of the cells of a tomato plant contains organelles X having different pigments which impart different colours to the leaves of the tomato plant and its fruits. (a) What is the general name of the organelles X? (b) What is the (i) name (ii) colour, and (iii) function, of organelles X present in the leaves of the tomato plant? (c) What is the colour of organelles X which are present in the ripe fruits of the tomato plant?
Some fruits can be ripened by placing them in a plastic bag with a ripe banana. Ripe banana releases ethylene which ripens all the other raw fruits.
Ethylene helps in ripening of the fruit. If we keep ripened fruit with unripened fruit then the unripened fruit get ripened how can ethylene ripe a fruit which has bee n divided from the tree.how will they get energy to ripe
can all alkenes be used to ripe fruits or only ethene can be used?
In a huge pile of apples and oranges, both ripe and unripe mixed together, 15% are unripe fruits. Of the ripe fruits , 45% are apples. Of the unripe ones, 66% are oranges. If the pile contains a total of 5692000 fruits, how many of them are apples?