What was the significance of the identification of mitosomes and genes of mitochondrial origins in the nuclear genome ofGiardia?

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The identification of mitosomes indicated that eukaryotic cells do not need mitochondrial genes for survival.

Identification of mitosomes indicated that mitochondria were acquired as a result of a secondary endosymbiotic event.

The identification of mitosomes indicated that all known eukaryotes have mitochondria.

Identification of mitosomes indicated that mitochondria were acquired several times throughout the evolution of eukaryotes as a result of several secondary and tertiary endosymbiotic events.

 

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The identification of mitosomes indicated that all known eukaryotes have mitochondria.

 

answered Jun 21, 2013 by GeneX ~Top Expert~ (7,947 points)

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