Compare the structure of mitochondria and chloroplast. What do they have in common and what is their difference?

They are both two-membrane organelles. Their inner membrane can form outgrowths. But in mitochondria they are called “cristae”, and in chloroplasts they are called “thylakoids”. In addition, they both inject their own proteins, have their own DNA and ribosomes.

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