Biogenesis of mitochondria, Biology


  • De Novo formation i.e. new formation. It is not confirmed.
  • New mitochondria are formed by division (Amitosis) of pre-existing mitochondria.
  • Endosymbiotic origin from - purple photosynthetic bacterium by losing ability of photosynthesis.
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