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Bacterial Genetic Variation: Meiosis Excluded from the Equation

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QUESTION:

Genetic variation in bacterial populations cannot result from

a. transduction.

b. transformation.

c. conjugation

d. mutation.

e. meiosis.

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Bacterial Genetic Variation: Meiosis Excluded from the Equation
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Explore the world of microbiology in this video as we investigate the processes that lead to genetic variation in bacterial populations. Learn about transduction, transformation, conjugation, and mutation, and discover why meiosis, a process occurring in sexually reproducing organisms, is not a source of genetic variation in bacteria.

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QUESTION:

Genetic variation in bacterial populations cannot result from

a. transduction.

b. transformation.

c. conjugation

d. mutation.

e. meiosis.

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This will discuss which of the options is the process that cannot result in genetic variation in bacterial populations.

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