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Yes, eukaryotic cell has mitochondria.

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No,there are no mitochondria in mitochondria.There is no reason to be.


an animals mitochondria is in its cells- a mitochondria is in a cell.


Mitochondria contains ribosomes in them.Those are produced by mitochondria.


Eukariyotes have mitochondria in them.Prokariyotes lack mitochondria in them.


Mitochondria have a universal function. Mitochondria generate energy for cell.


No it doesntMitochondria are not cells.They are organelles. Bacteria do not have mitochondria


first mitochondria is an organism second a mitochondria can be in an animal cell


No, chloroplasts do not have mitochondria. Mitochondria is a different part of the cell such as the nucleus.


Mitochondria were pre bacteria.They lived symbiotcally are turned into Mitochondria.


What is the function of mitochondria? Answer the mitochondria provides energy for the cell.


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No. A Paramecium does not have mitochondria.


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Which is not a characteristic of mitochondria? Mitochondria are found in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells


No, the mitochondria is in a animal cell. Mitochondria are known as the powerhouses of the cell.


Ribosomes are very small. They are found inside mitochondria


The mitochondria is an organelle.


Mitochondria are in eukariyotes.They are in cytoplasm.


Mitochondria is plural for mitochondrion.


No, mitochondria are in the cytoplasm.


Mitochondria is a part of a human cell.


The singular of mitochondria is mitochondrion.


The mitochondria is in the cytoplasm of a cell.


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Plant mitochondria do the same job as animal mitochondria which is to produce ATP for the cell.



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