Name the two organelles in a plant cell that contain their genetic material and ribosomes?

Answer:

Mitochondria and plastids.

  • The chloroplast and mitochondria are two organelles found in plant cells that include their own ribosomes and genetic information.
  • The mitochondria are referred to as the cell’s powerhouse because they are responsible for the bulk of the cell’s ATP synthesis.
  • The chloroplast is the chlorophyll-containing region of the cell where photosynthesis occurs.
  • They will act as a whole-cell since they each have their own ribosomes and genetic material.

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