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Unformatted text preview: ii. Were possibly undigested prey or internal parasites or mutualists 1. Instead of eating prokaryote, harbored within the cell and the symbiote got nutrients inside. Then exchanged symbiote ATP and gave leftovers to host. Over time, symbiosis neither could survive without each other. VI.What evidence suggests that eukaryotic cells formed symbiotic relationships with bacteria a. Both chloroplasts and mitochondria contain DNA that is distinct from that found in the nucleus of the eukaryotic cell b. Similarities in inner membrane structure and functions c. Both chloroplasts and mitochondria have their own ribosomes and make proteins independent form the cell d. All of the above VII. Clock Analogy a. 26.10 b. shows time scales involved in the history of life on Earth...
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