What is the similarity of the internal structure of mitochondria and chloroplasts?

1) Mitochondria and chloroplasts are two-membranous organoids;
2) In mitochondria and chloroplasts, the inner membranes form outgrowths: cristas in mitochondria and thillakoids in chloroplasts;
3) These organoids contain their own DNA;
4) Both organoids have their own ribosomes and synthesize their own protein

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