In plant cells, there are chloroplasts with grains and thylakoids, mitochondria with cristae, and EPS. What is common in the structure

In plant cells, there are chloroplasts with grains and thylakoids, mitochondria with cristae, and EPS. What is common in the structure of these structures and what is the biological significance of this similarity?

The listed organelles are formed by folds of plasma membranes.
These folds increase the working surface of the organoid and the cell as a whole.

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