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Bacteria get added to the mix
The presence and inheritance of bacterial mutations has attracted the attention of geneticists. if there is no form
The exchange of genetic information between individuals may not be useful for bacterial genetic analysis. but they can.

Do sexually transmitted organisms exchange genetic information? Fortunately, in 1946, Joshua Lederberg and Edward Totome
Such exchanges happen, even though they are
rare events.

Initially, Lederberg and Tatum developed two nutrients—essential, or auxotropic, mutated strains of E. coli. It’s like the Neurospora that Beetle and Tatum studied
Strains cannot be grown in minimal media, but require supplementation with unconsolidated nutrients
due to an enzyme deficiency.

The amino acid methionine and essential for stress
vitamin biotin for growth; it can generate its own throne
and Lucene. Therefore its phenotype (and genetic type) is given as
Mate – Life – Thru + Leu +.

Strain 2 does not require methionine or biotin, but cannot grow without the amino acids threonine and leucine.rch.

 

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