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What are the differences between mitochondrion and chloroplasts?

What are the differences between mitochondrion and chloroplasts? Please explain.

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  • the mitochondrion are cells that provide energy in animal cells while chloroplasts are found in plants and are cells responsible for photosynthesis
    • smartwrittter
    • Jul 20, 2016 at 12:57pm

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    • Jul 20, 2016 at 12:58pm

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Mitochondrion releases carbon dioxide and water by breaking down food substances to release energy... View the full answer

What are the differences between chloroplasts and mitochondria? The mitochondria break down simple sugars into carbon dioxide... View the full answer

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What are the differences between
chloroplasts and mitochondria?
The mitochondria break down simple sugars into carbon dioxide and the
create energy in the form the ATP and NADPH.
the mitochondria...

Untitled part 1.rtf

What are the differences between
chloroplasts and mitochondria?
The mitochondria break down simple sugars into carbon dioxide and the
create energy in the form the ATP and NADPH.
the mitochondria...

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