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Questions and Answers First Name Last Name Institution Q1: Endosymbiosis is the current working hypothesis explaining cell organelle development - Discuss Endosymbiosis The endosymbiotic hypothesis explains the root of the mitochondria and the chloroplasts these two organelles are from eukaryotic cells which are suggested be as a result of endosymbiosis.1 The endosymbiotic theory suggests that mitochondrion originated from a mutual relationship in which aerobic bacteria was engulfed but not digested.2 Chloroplast originated from photosynthetic free living bacteria which was engulfed but not digested. Some grounds which support that mitochondria and chloroplast were formed as a result of bacteria endosymbiosis are as follows: Mitochondria and chloroplast are similar in size of one to ten microns.2 Both have double phospholipid layers. There is a similarity between DNA ribosomes and RNA of mitochondria and chloroplast to that of the bacteria. The structure of mitochondria and chloroplast is similar to that of the plastid genome. J Mol Evol 2000 51:382-390. 12. Burger G Gray MW Forget L Lang BF: Strikingly bacteria-like and gene-rich mitochondrial genomes throughout jakobid protists. Genome 2013 5:418-438. 13. Kleine T Maier UG Leister D: DNA transfer from organelles to the nucleus: the idiosyncratic genetics of endosymbiosis. Annu Rev Plant 2009 60:115-138. 14. Meisinger C Sickmann A Pfanner N: The mitochondrial proteome: from inventory to function. Cell. 2008 134:22-24. 15. Arbuscular Mycorrhizae and Alleviation of Soil Stresses on Plant Growth Philippe Giasson Antoine Karam and Alfred Jaouich 16. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Communities in Major Intensive North American Grain Productions. Esessence. 2009:23(1):123 17. Nash J. Fundi communities and plants. Essence. 1992;23(1):127. 18. Jitendra Panwar R.S. Yadav B.K. Yadav and J.C. Tarafdar A Dynamic Microsymbiont Restoration in Native Ecosystems for Sustainable Agriculture Arbuscular Mycorrhizae: 2010: 23(6):39 19. Prusell Adam. “Xylem and phloem” Basic biology. Archieved from the original on 2016-05-04 . [...]

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Q1: Endosymbiosis is the current working hypothesis explaining cell organelle development - Discuss Endosymbiosis (10 points) Q2: Fungi and early land plants had a symbiotic relationship resulting in root formation- Discuss (10 points) Q3: Vascular plants have a complex network of cells called Xylem and Phloem. Discuss the differences between vascular plants and non-vascular plants, in your answer include diagrams and details regarding Xylem and Phloem (20 points) the first two question let be one page each. The last question 2 pages

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