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Mitochondria and chloroplasts likely evolved from engulfed prokaryotes that once lived as independent organisms. At some point, a eukaryotic cell engulfed an aerobic prokaryote, which then formed an endosymbiotic relationship with the host eukaryote, gradually developing into a mitochondrion. Eukaryotic cells containing mitochondria then engulfed photosynthetic prokaryotes, which evolved to become specialized chloroplast organelles.
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Absorbs light energy , splits water and releases oxygen, fixes CO2 and synthesises organic products.
Your ancestors are all of the people from whom you are "descended" : your parents, their parents, their parents' parents, and so forth back through the generations. Because ea…ch person has two biological parents, the number of people in your immediate lineage is VERY large : you have 1024 great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandparents, going back ten generations or about 250 years. The collection of your ancestors, their siblings, spouses, and offspring, is called your "family tree".
An ancestor is someone from whom you are directly descended. Your parents, their parents (your grandparents), your great-grandparents, etc... are all ancestors. Your ancesto…r is someone you are directly descended from. That would be your parents, your grandparents, great grandparents, etc. Ancestry, however, may also reffer to our bloodline, as far as it can be traced. If we choose to go beyond family, and into species, we are talking about Homo sapiens, whose dna has been traced back to hominids, who go back arround 4.000.000 years, or more.
The chloroplast is found in the plant and is key to photosynthesis. The chloroplast take in H20, CO2, and sunlight and give of Glucose (C6H12O6) and O2. It runs on two cycles …known as the Calvin/Dark Cycle and the Light Dependent Cycle. The Light dependent cycle uses light and the dark cycle does not require light yet still occurs during the day scientists believe. Good Question! Hope that this helps.
They involve in photosynthesis.It generates sugar through it.Main function is it.It also produce proteins and involve in photorespiration
It conducts photosynthesis in cell.It produce food for cell.
Your ancestors are your parents, grandparents, great grandparents, and so on. They are the people you are directly descended from.
In chloroplast their is a green chemical called chlorophyll.not botany or plant biology>
You ancestors are your parent, grandparents, great grandparents, great great grandparents, etc.
makes energy and oxygen!
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Physical characteristics and personality traits. Look up "ancestral legacies" and similar phrases for much more.
This question is unanswerable until a good deal of personal and family information is provided. It usually requires the person asking the question to compile the names, birth …dates, birthplaces, migration histories, death dates and places, etc., of their parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, and other relatives so that someone can research available records.
Ancestors are just the people of your family that you came from, sometimes referring to relatives from long ago. We all have them, we wouldn't be here without them.
To answer the question "who are my ancestors" you have to do the work yourself, unless you are lucky enough to have a relative who has already done some of the work. There is …no great repository listing everyone's ancestors and their relationship to everyone else. Some of the on-line services are trying to get there, but they are still a long way off. So, you start by asking your parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and cousins what they know about who your ancestors are/were. Then you begin looking at records of births, deaths, marriages, taxes, voting, migration, naturalization, censuses, etc. These begin to tell you the names of the parents of the oldest ancestors you know of. Slowly, with some effort and some blank walls, you will acquire knowledge of a preceding generation, and then the one before that.