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You've already mentioned rRNA. An interesting review (Tanner, 2006), outlines some more: Group I Introns - self-splicing; "They are abundant in fungal and plant mitochondria..." Group II Introns - some have been shown to self-splice; "...they are found in fungal and plant mitochondria, in chloroplasts of plants, in algae, in eubacteria and especially in ...

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