How do the organelles that don't contain DNA exist?

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How do the organelles that don't contain DNA exist?

Post by EfeGuleroglu » Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:05 pm

I hope I know right: Mitochondria, chloroplast, chromoplast and leucoplast have their own DNA so they can reproduce themselves when needed. Let's say a cell is having a mitotic division. How do both 2 cells have endoplasmic reticulum for instance? Or ribosome? (I understand lysosome and tonoplast, they are crude.) [Maybe my question is nonsense, please tell me why it's nonsense, thank you.]

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