Round or long cellular organelles of most eukaryotes that are found outside the nucleus which produce energy for the cell through cellular respiration and are rich in fats, proteins, and enzymes.

Articles on that refer to Mitochondria

The Alcor Conference on Extreme Life Extension By Ray Kurzweil
Dialogue between Ray Kurzweil, Eric Drexler, and Robert Bradbury By K. Eric Drexler, Ray Kurzweil, and Robert Bradbury
Reprogramming your Biochemistry for Immortality By Ray Kurzweil
Bioconvergence: Progenitor of the Nanotechnology Age By Charles Ostman
Consciousness Connects Our Brains to the Fundamental Level of the Universe By Stuart Hameroff
Death is an Outrage By Robert A. Freitas Jr.
Top News of 2002 By Ray Kurzweil and Amara D. Angelica
Biocosm, The New Scientific Theory of Evolution By James N. Gardner
I, Nanobot By Alan H Goldstein
Bootstrapping our way to an ageless future By Aubrey de Grey

News Articles that refer to Mitochondria

Making of mouse marks move toward 'mitochondrial medicine'
Live fast, die old
Genetically modified humans: Here and more coming soon (article preview)
Nano Carrier Targets Cell Sites
Brain Cells: Alzheimer's Clues
Scientists Seek to Create 'Three-Parent' Babies
Modified mice enjoy one-fifth more life
Mitochondrial Mutations Make Tumors Spread
Speed Reading of DNA May Help Cancer Treatment
Immortal cells

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