Can a genetic trait be transmitted from one bacterial strain to another? support your answer with evidence.

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Can a genetic trait be transmitted from one bacterial strain to another? support your answer with evidence.

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Yes, consider the ways in which bacteria can reproduce. Review conjugation, F plasmids, High frequency of recombination (Hfr) cells, and sex pili. A bacteria can extend a sex pili and donate its DNA across the mating bridge that is formed.
What I also like to call. "Re-incarnation."
I'm not sure I understand. Both bacterial cells stay alive after conjugation and neither one dies and is reborn... @_@

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Experiment 1: R cells injected in mice = mouse lives Experiment 2: S cells injected in mice = mouse dies Experiment 3: Heat - killed S cells injected in mice = mouse lives Experiment 4: R cells and heat-killed S cells injected in mice = mouse dies

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