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From the following article:. Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology 8. 429-439 (June 2007). a In principle, there are a number of ways that organelle biogenesis can occur in proliferating cells. Biogenesis can occur by de novo synthesis, which in its purest sense means that a new copy of the organelle is generated in the absence of a template or existing copy of the organelle. Alternatively, organelle biogenesis can occur through templated assembly and growth, or through growth followed by fission.
b The principles that govern organelle inheritance will depend on how many copies of the organelle are present in the cell. A single-copy organelle can be duplicated and then segregated prior to cell division, or broken down into parts that are then shared out between the two daughter cells. Multiple-copy organelles can, in theory, simply be shared out and do not need to be dismantled. In this case, a stochastic-partitioning mechanism can explain efficient inheritance of the organelle, but for low-copy-number organelles this mechanism is not sufficient to ensure equal partitioning, and an active segregation process needs to be invoked.