Mitochondria Independent Prokaryotes/Sybiotic Relations

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Mitochondria Independent Prokaryotes/Sybiotic Relations

Post by Funkfruit » Tue Jun 23, 2009 3:10 pm

The belief that mitochondria were once independent prokaryotes that have now evolved a symbiotic relationship with cells is supported by all of the following evidence except that:

A.) Mitochondria have their own genetic information.
B.) Mitochondrial DNA is in a loop.
C.) Mitochondria do their own reproducing inside the cell.
D.) Mitochondria make all their own proteins.

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Post by jonmoulton » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:05 pm

There is a hint in the last sentence of the section titled:
The endosymbiont theory and mitochondria and chloroplasts

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