What Do Both Mitochondria And Chloroplasts Have In Common?


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They both have double membrane
they both have inter membrane space  
they both involved in ATP production via a proton gradient (across the thylakoid membrane of chloroplast, & across the cristae for mitochondria)
both have electron transport chain
both  are produced by binary fission
both have their own DNA, RNA & ribosomes
pss: I hope this helps, srry for the late replay.. I just saw it

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