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Mitochondria produce energy in the form of ATP. They are the cell's biochemical 'power factories'


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Eukaryotic cells have cell mitochondria.

Yes, eukaryotic cell has mitochondria.

Eukaryotic cells have mitochondria (singular mitochondrion).

Mitochondria are found in eukaryotic cells.

Mitochondria is the Main Power source of a eukaryotic cell.

Eukaryotic cells have mitochondria. Fungi are also eukaryotes.

They all have a nucleus, cell membrane and mitochondria.

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

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

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.

-Mitochondria are organelles within eukaryotic cells -Mitochondria themselves are not cells, but are believed to have once been a cell themselves because they have a double membrane and their own genetic material...DNA -Plant and animal cells are eukaryotic

They are the power houses.They generate energy.

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

No,it is not identical.It differs from cell to cell.

Yes, the epithelial cell from the small intestine is a eukaryotic cell. It contains a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles, e.g. mitochondria and lysosomes.

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

The purpose of cellular respiration in an eukaryotic cell is to break down carbohydrates and to give the cell energy in the form of ATP. Cellular respiration in the eukaryotic cell takes place in the mitochondria.

The mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell, where the metabolism of eukaryotic cells occur. Its primary role is to produce ATP which is the energy currency of the body.

In a Eukaryotic cell almost all DNA is in the nucleus (plus some in mitochondria, + chloroplasts)

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

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