Q. 2

Mitochondria and plastids have their own DNA (genetic material). What is known about their fate during nuclear division like mitosis?

Answer :

DNApresent in mitochondria in plastids are called the extra chromosomal DNA.

They are independent of the nuclear division of the nuclear DNA. Hence, no effect of mitosis is seen on extra chromosomal DNA.


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