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Yes,they are in eukariyotic cells.They lack in prokariyntes.

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Mitochondria are found in eukaryotic cells.


Mitochondria is an organell.It can be found in eukaryotic cells.


it is only found in the eukaryotic cell and found throughout the cytoplasm of the cell


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Eukaryotic cells have cell mitochondria.


No, prokaryotic cells do not have a mitochondrion. Mitochondria can be found in most eukaryotic cells only.



Yes, eukaryotic cell has mitochondria.



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Mitochondria is the Main Power source of a eukaryotic cell.


The Mitochondria, and it is found in all eukaryotic cell types.


Almost every eukaryotic cell.They are absent in prokaryotes.


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


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The genes where you would expect to find a eukaryotic cell is the in the DNA within the cellâ??s nucleus. It also can be found within the mitochondria.


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Plants are also eukaryotic organisms.So they have mitochondria for respiration.


In a eukaryotic cell, the mitochondria make chemical energy found in glucose molecules available for use by the cell.


Yes. A yeast cell is a eukaryotic cell and all eukaryotic cells have membrane bound organelles, that may include mitochondria. There are very few exceptions of eukaryotic cells not having mitochondria but yeast has them.


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