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Once inside a plant cell, the virus multiplies and
It spreads to other plant cells. inside such element
In a leaf, the virus is transmitted by plasmodesmata
Cytoplasmic links between cells. due to virus.

These channels are too large for the particular protein to pass through
Tie them to help compress the pores. They have selectively permeable membranes and conduct energy metabolism. Prokaryotes usually reproduce sexually, but
There are many ways to reconnect their genes though.
In eukaryotes, genetic recombination occurs between genes from both parents.
Consequences of prokaryotic genetic interactions
A cell with a small sample of genes – a DNA

Patti – Another cell of prokaryotes produces a progenitor clone
Most prokaryotes reproduce by dividing single cells
two identical descendants. Thus, single
The cell presents a clone – a population of genetically identical individuals. Prokaryotes reproduce very rapidly. An E. coli population, as we saw above, doubles every 20 minutes until conditions are favorable

Prokaryotes: Reproduction and Reproduction
Unlike viruses, bacteria and archaea are cells
Perform all basic cellular functions.

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