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Mechanism of conjugation and recombination in bacteria part 14 timing of the recombination and of the succeeding replication of recombinant chromosome



Mechanism of conjugation and recombination in bacteria part 14 timing of the recombination and of the succeeding replication of recombinant chromosome



Acta Microbiologica Polonica Series A Microbiologia Generalis 6(1): 37-47




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