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Mitochondria Structure and Function – Biology Class 9th and 11 – Medical Physiology – Dr Najeeb



Mitochondria Structure and Function – Biology Class 9th and 11 – Medical Physiology – Dr Najeeb

Mitochondria are found in nearly all eukaryotic cells, including
those of plants, animals, fungi, and most unicellular
eukaryotes. Some cells have a single large mitochondrion, but more often a cell has hundreds or even thousands of
mitochondria; the number correlates with the cell’s level of
metabolic activity. For example, cells that move or contract
have proportionally more mitochondria per volume than
less active cells.

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