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  • Down). The third possibility is two types of E. coli
    The + and bio + alleles and Thr + and Leu + . Tension 2 happens with
    alleles from strain 1 . test again.
  • Showed that such an exchange, called a merger, had indeed taken place. A bacterial cell – the recipient – receives DNA from another cell – the donor – including
    Two wild type (+) alleles are missing from the recipient. Reunion formed a genetic variant with four
    wild type alleles.
  • The physical interaction required for aggregation can be observed under an electron microscope.It starts with a slim project called Sex Pilates. once the sex is gone
    Bringing two cells together, the actual DNA exchange
    occurs through a thin cytoplasmic bridge called the connecting tube.
  • This must be done because the bacterial chromosome is round
    Linear (cut) so that it can pass through the pipe. communication between cells is low – of course not enough time for that.
  • The complete gene of the donor to enter the recipient’s cell. So,
    The recipient cell usually receives only a portion of the donor
    When a portion of the DNA donor’s DNA is inside the recipient’s cell,
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