mitochondria and chloroplast are very important organelles in a cell, they are quite similar in structurebut functionally they are very different. explain how?
Asked by t_saraswati | 31st May, 2017, 11:34: AM
Chloroplasts and mitochondria are organelles found in the cells of living organisms and perform functions vital for the survival of the cell.
Structural similarities between mitochondria and chloroplast:
- Have their own DNA.
- Enclosed by two membranes (double membraned).
- Involve oxygen and carbon dioxide in their processes.
- Have fluids inside their structure.
Functional differences between mitochondria and chloroplast:
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 31st May, 2017, 02:36: PM
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