chloroplasts and mitochondria
They have their own DNA and can also reproduce by themselves inside the cell. That is why many scientist believe that the were once individual cells.
No, nucleus contains the genetic material
the two cell organelles which contain their own genetic material are nucleus and mitochondria
Nucleus and Mitochondria
No, prokaryotes do not have a nucleus and their genetic material is diffused throughout the cell. They do no contain any membrane bound organelles either.
Viruses do not contain genetic material, just a nucleus.
Mitochondria and chloroplasts. The question asks for organelles with their OWN genetic material. The material from the nucleus already belongs to the cell. Those two evolved from symbiotic prokaryotes and maintain their own DNA.
Nucleus & Mitochondria are the two organelles having their own genetic material.
Yes. The genetic material is contained in chromosomes which are within the nucleus of the cell.
Mitocondria contain mDNA.
No, genetic material (DNA) is contained in the nucleus.
Chromatin or chromatin threads are the threadlike structures that are found in the nucleus. They contain DNA which is a genetic material.
Nucleus contains Nucleolus, Genetic Material, and DNA
It's the nucleus.The structure of Eukaryotic cells that contain genetic material is the nucleus.
In the nucleus which contain chromosomes in that is the genetic information stored.
Eukaryotic nucleus is the true nucleus having nuclear membrane and genetic material is surrounded by nuclear membrane,whereas prokaryotic nuclear organelles or genetic material is present in the cytoplasm.
No. Bacteria do not have a nucleus. The genetic material merely floats around in the cytoplasm.
polynucleotide that contain genetic material that found in nucleus .
The genetic material is in the nucleus to protect it.
What is the nucleus.
it explains occurrence of organelles like chloroplasts and mitochondria but not the enveloping of genetic material in the nucleus
A membrane bound nucleus containing the genetic material and membrane bounf organelles.