list 2 similarities between mitochondria and plastids...

Hi Rishabh,

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They both have their own DNA and ribosomes, and are self-replicating. They both have a double membrane.
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similarities between mitochondria and plastids

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1.They both have a double membrane.
2.They both have their own DNA.
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They have their own dna and ribosomes.
They have a double membrane.

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has own dna, both of them are organelles and are covered with two layers of membrane
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Similarities between mitochondria and plastids are:
  • DNA (contain genetic instructions)
  • Ribosomes (site for protein synthesis)
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both having DNA
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1.They both have the double layer membrane.
2.They are formed through the process of binary fission.
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Both are energy producer
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They both have their own DNA and ribosomes, and are self-replicating. They both have a double membrane.
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Hi Rishabh,

Your answer for the query is?

They both have their own DNA and ribosomes, and are self-replicating. They both have a double membrane. I hope it helps.
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The similarities between mitochondria and plastics are they both are bounded with double membrane and they have there own gagnetic material.
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What is the correct difinition for mitochondria and plastids?
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They both have their own DNA and RNA
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The answer is that
They both are present in plant cell.
They both have double membrane
And i want to add one point also that they both have DNA...
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New mitochondria and plastids are formed only through a process similar to binary fission. In some algae, such as Euglena, the plastids can be destroyed by certain chemicals or prolonged absence of light without otherwise affecting the cell. In such a case, the plastids will not regenerate. 
They are surrounded by two or more membranes, and the innermost of these shows differences in composition from the other membranes of the cell. They are composed of a peptidoglycan cell wall characteristic of a bacterial cell. 
Both mitochondria and plastids contain DNA that is different from that of the cell nucleus and that is similar to that of bacteria (in being circular in shape and in its size). 
DNA sequence analysis and phylogenetic estimates suggest that nuclear DNA contains genes that probably came from plastids. 
These organelles' ribosomes are like those found in bacteria (70S). 
Proteins of organelle origin, like those of bacteria, use N-formylmethionine as the initiating amino acid. 
Much of the internal structure and biochemistry of plastids, for instance the presence of thylakoids and particular chlorophylls, is very similar to that of cyanobacteria. Phylogenetic estimates constructed with bacteria, plastids, and eukaryotic genomes also suggest that plastids are most closely related to cyanobacteria. 
Mitochondria have several enzymes and transport systems similar to those of bacteria. 
Some proteins encoded in the nucleus are transported to the organelle, and both mitochondria and plastids have small genomes compared to bacteria. This is consistent with an increased dependence on the eukaryotic host after forming an endosymbiosis. Most genes on the organellar genomes have been lost or moved to the nucleus. Most genes needed for mitochondrial and plastid function are located in the nucleus. Many originate from the bacterial endosymbiont. 
Plastids are present in very different groups of protists, some of which are closely related to forms lacking plastids. This suggests that if chloroplasts originated de novo, they did so multiple times, in which case their close similarity to each other is difficult to explain. 
Many of these protists contain "primary" plastids that have not yet been acquired from other plastid-containing eukaryotes. 
Among eukaryotes that acquired their plastids directly from bacteria (known as Primoplantae), the glaucophyte algae have chloroplasts that strongly resemble cyanobacteria. In particular, they have a peptidoglycan cell wall between the two membranes. 
Mitochondria and plastids are similar in size to bacteria.
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Within a cell the site of respiration (oxidation)?
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the given answers are correct...
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THEY BOTH HAVE THEIR OWN DNA AND RIBOSOMES AND ARE SELF-REPLACATING. THEY BOTH HAVE A DOUBLE MEMBRANE PLZ GIVE THUMBS UP
 
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Similarities between mitochondria and plastids are: DNA (contain genetic instructions) Ribosomes (site for protein synthesis
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1.own DNA

2.own RNA

3.self replicating
 
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They have double membrane and own genetic material
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similarities between mitochondria and plastics are they both are bounded with double membrane and they have there own gagnetic material.
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Both are cell organelles.

Both are bounded by double membrane.

Both contain DNA and RNA.

Both can make their own copies by division.
 

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double membrane 
own dna 
own ribosomes
self replicating
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i) (a) Both are double membrane structures.
(b) Both of them have their own genetic material.
Both mitochondria and plasmids have some of their own DNA for protein synthesis hence they are called as semi autonomous cell organelles.
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Mitochondria and Plastids both are double membraned structure. They both have their own DNA and ribosomes of their own. They both can be said as the kitchen of the cell. One gives energy by cellular respiration and other by food storage. Hope ur clear!!!!!!
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The similarities between mitochondria and plastids are:
  • Both are cell organelles.
  • Both are bounded by double membrane.
  • Both contain their own DNA and RNA.
  • Both can make their own copies by division.
Hope this was helpful....
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Apoorva Yadav
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