They sure do!
It gets a little crowded in a plant cell with chloroplasts, central vacuoles and more than enough mitochondria to burn some of the sugar made through photosynthesis.
Yes. Both animals and plants contain mitochondria.
Plants have both chloroplasts and mitochondria not one or the other. However animals don't have chloroplasts, but do have mitochondria.
No only plats have chloroplasts. Mitochondria are in both
Plants also need energy.These energy is produced by Mitochondria
Plants are also respiring living organisms.So they need mitochondria for respiration.
Almost all plants have mitochondria. Plants use these mitochondria to release the energy from the glucose that is stored inside them (The glucose is obtained via Photosynthesis).
Yes all plants and animals have mitochondria because they have cells. Mitochondria helps the cells in animals and plants to produce energy that is essential for survival.
Plants are eukaryotic organisms.So they do have mitochondria.
Mitochondria can be found in both animal and plant cells and there is no difference between those from plants and those from animals.
Glucose (C6H12O6) is made by plants and burned in the mitochondria. It is a carbohydrate.
Yes they have both of them. They are essential for plants.Chloroplast is needed for photosynthesis. Mitochondria is needed for respiration
mitochondria for plants
Yes,they have mitochondria in cells.It is common to both.
If you mean animals and plants by both.Yes,both have mitochondria
Mitochondria are located in both plants and animals.
Plants have both chloroplasts and mitochondria and animals have mitochondria. These are two kingdoms.
Yes.Plants also need energy.This energy is produced in mitochondria
Yes, both plant and animal cells have mitochondria.
Mitochondria are in both plants and animals.Mitochondria are typical organells.
No it is not mitochondria. It is the chloroplast
In plants and animals both