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