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Certain types of bacteria when cells die
And their DNA is leaking
When modified DNA is inside a host
An event similar to the cell, recombination occurs, and new genes can attach to the host chromosome. In transmission, viruses carry genes
from one cell to another.

When bacteriophages undergo a lytic cycle, they encapsulate the DNA in the capsid.
These capsules usually form before the virus’s DNA enters it. In some cases, bacterial DNA
The fragments were inserted into the blank page capsule
Page DNA. . remember that bonding
has a PAGE and PAGE DNA entry in its host cell
Done by Capsid. Thus, moving a page capsid a.

Bacterial DNA fragments, the latter being injected into the “infected” bacteria. This mechanism of DNA transfer is called
Needless to say, the hijacking did not lead to infection of the production virus. Instead, incoming DNA fragments are possible
Reattach the host chromosome, resulting in the conversion of host cell genes into bacterial genes from the resulting PAGE particles

 

 

 

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