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ough three methods transformation, transduction and conjugation. Methods of transfer Mechanism Nature of DNA transferred

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2013-11-16 10:18:29
Bacteria can transfer genetic information through all following methods except: Through conjugationThrough bacteriophagesThrough incorporation part host DNA taking soluble DNA fragments across their cell wall from other species Genetic information can transferred from one bacterium another through three methods transformation transduction and conjugation Methodstransfer Mechanism NatureDNA transferred Transformation TransferDNA from one bacterium another Any gene Transduction TransferDNA from one bacterium another bacteriophage Any genegeneralized transduction only selected genesspecialized transduction Conjugation TransferDNA from one bacterium another through sex pilus Chromosomal plasmid DNA Ref: TextbookMicrobiology Ananthanarayan and Panicker 6th Edition Page TextbookMicrobiology and Immunology Parija Pages 54-7
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