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Which of the following is not a piece of molecular evidence supporting the endosymbiotic theory? A. The mitochondria and chloroplasts are much different in structure than bacteria. B. Ribosomes of some organelles are like that of those found in bacteria. C. Some organelles divide by fission just like bacteria. D. Mitochondrial and chloroplast DNA is similar to bacterial DNA.
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The mitochondria and chloroplasts are much different in structure than bacteria. -is not a piece of molecular evidence supporting the endosymbiotic theory.
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