“Non-evolution” of the appearance of mitochondria and plastids in eukaryo

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  1. “Non-evolution” of the appearance of mitochondria and plastids in eukaryo

    Endosymbiotic theory was first developed and popularized in the 1970s. The theory proposes that mitochondria and plastids were originally bacteria that were engulfed by two separate ancestral cells but not digested.

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