What organelle do all eukaryotic autotrophs have?

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What organelle do all eukaryotic autotrophs have?  Why

Nov 10th, 2015

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Whilst together eukaryotes and prokaryotes can be autotrophic, meaning they don’t depend on alternative life forms for food, only eukaryotes store their genetic information, or DNA, within a complex structure called a nucleus, and only they have internal structures called organelles. Therefore, cell that are both autotrophic and eukaryotic are generally found within higher producers like mosses, ferns, and flowering and aquatic plants


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Nov 10th, 2015

is there a specific organelle in it I think the answer is chloroplasts but i am not sure

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