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What do transposons and other interchangeable components do?
Is it the genetics of prokaryotes – or the hospital? Mutable materials have contributed to the evolution
of plasmid. R factors may have inherited their genes
Reversible to antibiotic resistance
The elements are a testament to this conclusion.

Each gene that is resistant to an R factor is part of a translocation.
In short, rapid homozygous reproduction can generate multiple prokaryotic clones. However, these genetically identical cells are equally susceptible to certain mutations.

Reprocessing by environmental aggregation, modification and transplantation or acquisition of new genes
Through plasmids and mutagenic substances, all bacteria introduce genetic variation into populations, and this variation allows some cells to survive even under mutation.

Prokaryotes can respond to their own changes
environment by controlling the expression of their genes.
regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes.

Prokaryotes can save energy and resources through labor
Only when protein is needed. protein content
A bacterium can mutate rapidly when conditions are set.
There are several ways to shut down a prokaryotic cell.
To provide unwanted protein:

stop mRNA transcription for that protein
Hydrolyse before and after mRNA completion.
Inhibiting mRNA translation in the ribosome
Hydrolyse after protein is formed
inhibiting protein function

 

 

 

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