What Is the Job of a Chloroplast?

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The job of chloroplasts in the body is to manufacture food in the cell. Only plant cells have chloroplasts, with animal cells lacking the ability to make food. Chloroplasts use carbon dioxide to create sugars and release oxygen.
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