Based on current evidence, what process most accurately describes how chloroplasts and mitochondria evolved?
d.cellular respiration
I personally think the answer is d.

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  1. it's E. dabbing

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  2. symbiosis

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  3. Endosymbiosis, I picked D first and got it wrong

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