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Organellar DNA

Other than the DNA available in the main genome, inside the nucleus, there are certain amount of DNA outside the genome. Some eukaryotic cells contain certain organelle which have their own genetic materials, DNA. Such organelle are Mitochondria and Cloroplasts.

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