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2015-08-30T13:50:47+05:30

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Generally, Semi-autonomous organelles exists in cells, chloroplasts and mitichondria are sometimes called semi-autonomous organelle because they contains their own DNA.
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Semiautonomous organelles, generally they are the self governing in the cell , and here "Semiautonomous " represents that they have symbiotic relationship with the cell and also they're the part of it . Semiautonomous organelles do have their own MRNA , DNA , TRNA ribosomes and they reproduce by binary fission. Semiautonomous organelles are also mitochondria and chloroplasts as well .
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