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For the first question:
•chloroplast (and mitochondria) have multiple copies of its DNA unlike the nucleus

•chloroplasts are randomly distributed to daughter cells during mitosis and meiosis

•Single-parent inheritance, meaning the offsprings obtain the chloroplasts from only the female parent

I hope this helps and if u need more explanation search on a website called Khan Academy, they are very helpful during A-Level😊
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(Original post by Sammy_789)
I have two questions I'm not sure the answers to.

1. Give 3 ways in wish the DNA in a chloroplast is different from DNA in the nucleus ( 3 marks )

2. Compare and contrast the structure of chitin with that of a cellulose molecule ( 3 marks )

I don't think I've ever been taught the differences between these so if someone could explain it that would be awesome.
"I don't think I've ever been taught..."

these words are the problem with education. find the exam board-certified textbook and consult that, much more useful than a teacher.
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