mitochindrion and chloroplast

Andrea Hansen webmaster at bioinformatik.de
Sun Jan 9 06:27:44 EST 2000


qiangf at mail.fudan.edu.cn (qiangf) writes:

> Most of the literature I have read implies that mitochindria and
> chloroplasts are evolved from endosymbiotic bacteria. Photosynthetic
> plant cells contain both chloroplasts and mitochondria in their
> cytoplasm.I want to know:
>  a:  Is  there any animal cells which have mitochondria and chloroplasts
> in their
>       cytoplasm (not plant cells).

Plasmodium (pathogene of malaria) has got a chloroplast.


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