18+18+1=37 Genes of Mitochondrial DNA


The Mitochondrial DNA is different from the nuclear DNA and the mitochondrion or mitochondria, and makes up the smallest chromosome; yet the mitochondrion or mitochondria serves a vital role to the overall sell by converting the chemical energy from food into a form that the cell can use, a form called Adenosine Triphosphate, ATP.

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