Palisade cell

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Palisade cells are special cells that can be found in the leaves of plants. They are the place where photosynthesis takes place. Their function is to absorb light so photosynthesis can take place.

They contain the largest number of chloroplasts per cell, which makes them the primary site of photosynthesis in the leaves of those plants that contain them, converting the in light to the chemical energy of carbohydrates.[1]