Which of the following are the ancestors of chloroplasts?
Chloroplasts are very similar in structure and function to cyanobacteria (blue-green bacteria). Chloroplasts and bacteria also share some features that are common to many bacteria. Chloroplasts are about the same size as bacteria, have bacteria-like ribosomes, bacteria-like chromosomes, they divide independently of the cell in which they are found and they divide in a manner similar to that of bacterial cells.
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