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The common properties shared by chloroplasts and mitochondria are:

  1. Both of them are bounded by two selectively permeable membranes composed of lipo-protein sub-units.
  2. They contain ribosomes and DNA attached to their inner membrane.
  3. Both of them are cellular organelles that grow and reproduce within the cell.
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