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Poison wrote:Someone correct me if I'm wrong but as much as I know not all organelles replicate themselves. The ones which have its own genetic material can replicate. For example: mitochondria, chloroplasts, centrioles, ribosomes.
The other ones are sythesized before the division starts. For example; lysosomes.
huh? wait a sec, please answer this question as i need to do a presentation on centrioles on monday:
do centrioles have their own dna? and if they don't, is there an actual scientific explanation as to how they are able to self replicate?
I thought they didn't have their own DNA, and that there are no proved explanation...can any clarification be offered to me?
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