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In prokaryotic conjugation, if the F factor is carried in plasmid form by the donor cell, then the recipient cell will be characterized by: A. the presence of the F factor in plasmid form (F+ ) B. the presence of the F factor in chromosomal form (Hfr) C. the absence of the F factor (F-), and an unaltered chromosome D. the presence of the F factor in plasmid form (F+), and a recombinant chromosome E. the absence of the F factor (F- ), and an unaltered chromosome

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    I know that it can't be C or E or D, but I'm unsure whether it is A or B.

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