What is the definition of a leaf cell?

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A microscopic biologic organism within an individual leaf of a branch of a tree or plant.
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Cells in a leaf?

Palisade cells and the spongey mesophyll. The upper and lower epidermis aren't cells but the are also in a leaf.

What do leaf cells have that root cells do not have?

leaf cells contain chlorophyll which is found in the chloroplast cells which absorb the sunlight to cause photosynthesis. root cells are to collect the water and nutrients in
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What leaf cell has?

It has chloroplasts. The chloroplasts contain chlorophyll Chlorophyll makes the leaf green Hope this helps!