See also microheteroplasmy.
Homeoplasmy = a state in which all the mitochondria of a cell or a tissue have the same genome, which may be either the wild type genome or a mutated one.
Homoplasmy may also refer to the presence of mutation, or insertion of a foreign gene, into all of the plant plastid organelles DNA e.g. all of the chloroplasts
Paternal Leakage and Heteroplasmy of Mitochondrial Genomes in Silene Vulgaris: Evidence from Experimental Crosses
Jul 01, 2010; ABSTRACT The inheritance of mitochondrial genetic (mtDNA) markers in the gynodioecious plant Silene vulgaris was studied using a...