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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337408332

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Chapter 19, Problem 11SQ
Textbook Problem

The host cell in the endosymbiosis that produced the first chloroplasts was a(n) ______.

  1. a. early eukaryote
  2. b. archaeon
  3. c. aerobic bacterium
  4. d. alga

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