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What Is One Possible Evolutionary Explanation For Why Algal Chloroplasts Are So Varied, While Plant Chloroplasts Are So Similar?

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zamanei02 | 18:29 Fri 19th Feb 2021 | Science
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what is one possible evolutionary explanation for why algal chloroplasts are so varied, while plant chloroplasts are so similar?

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Just guessing, but their environment. One is in water and does not encounter many herbivores so have been around longer, and have had more time to mutate and evolve.

Or the algae are simpler lifeforms so easier to replicate with more opportunity for a mutation. Plants are more complex so harder to evolve naturally.

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