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Bacterial Genetic Recombination via Transposons Duration: 13:33 0.25 CME
Microbiology / Bacteriology

Learning Objectives

* Understand the concept of bacterial genetic recombination via transposons.

* Recognize transposons as DNA fragments capable of moving genes between different loci.

* Identify the components of transposons, including direct repeats, inverted repeats, and the transposase gene.

* Describe the process by which transposase facilitates the movement of DNA material within the genome.

* Appreciate the diversity of transposons, including insertion sequences and composite transposons.

* Recognize the significance of transposons in bacterial evolution and genetic diversity.


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