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There are several sources of genetic material in any given eukaryotic cell (mitochondrial, chloroplast, nuclear, etc).

There are several sources of genetic material in any given eukaryotic cell (mitochondrial, chloroplast, nuclear, etc). Explain these, and discuss the connectivity of life as well as the uniqueness of an individual in an evolutionary context.

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