Difference between Mitochondria and Plastid - QS Study
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Difference between Mitochondria and Plastid:

Mitochondria

Pigments: Absent

Position: It is commonly present in both plant and animal cells.

Inner membrane: Inner membrane is inwardly many folded which are called crystae.

Chamber: It is divided by complete chambers.

Function: It is the respiratory organ for cell.

Food reserve: It does not store any food.

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Plastid

Pigments: It has different pigments

Position: It is only found in plant cell.

Inner membrane: Folds are not found in the inner membrane.

Chamber: Chambers are not found.

Function: It is mainly an organelle involved in manufacturing food for cell.

Food reserve: Non pigmented plastid stores different food materials.

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Fig: Plastid