anonymous
  • anonymous
The endosymbiotic theory provides an explanation of the origin of chloroplasts which traits of chloroplasts supports this explanation Chloroplast do not reproduce chloroplasts rely on proteins that are made by the cell chloroplasts are larger than prokaryotic cells chloroplasts have their own DNA
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taramgrant0543664
  • taramgrant0543664
I would say D because the endosymbiotic theory suggests that both mitochondria and chloroplasts were free living prokaryotes which adapted a symbiotic lifestyle with eukaryotic cells. Both mitochondria and chloroplast has their own genetic material and are quite similar to prokaryotic cells.

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