13-14. A set of Hfr strains transfer markers in the following order.StrainTransfer orderJIAF G1ED BGFAIJH CE DCED B13. Which of the following gene orders is correct?A: AFGEDBCHIJB: ECHIJAFGBDC: E D B G FACH JID: E D B G FACHIJE: A F G BD ECHJI14. Which Hfr strains have F factors inserted in the same orientation?A: 1 and 3 oriented the same way, 2 and 4 both oriented the other wayB: 1 and 2 oriented the same way, 3 and 4 both oriented the other wayC: 1 and 4 oriented the same way, 2 and 3 both oriented the other wayD: 1 oriented one way, 2, 3 and 4 all oriented the other wayE: all are oriented the same way2UYSerlero

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13-14. A set of Hfr strains transfer markers in the following order.
Strain
Transfer order
JIAF G
1
ED BGFA
IJH CE D
CED B
13. Which of the following gene orders is correct?
A: AFGEDBCHIJ
B: ECHIJAFGBD
C: E D B G FACH JI
D: E D B G FACHIJ
E: A F G BD ECHJI
14. Which Hfr strains have F factors inserted in the same orientation?
A: 1 and 3 oriented the same way, 2 and 4 both oriented the other way
B: 1 and 2 oriented the same way, 3 and 4 both oriented the other way
C: 1 and 4 oriented the same way, 2 and 3 both oriented the other way
D: 1 oriented one way, 2, 3 and 4 all oriented the other way
E: all are oriented the same way
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13-14. A set of Hfr strains transfer markers in the following order. Strain Transfer order JIAF G 1 ED BGFA IJH CE D CED B 13. Which of the following gene orders is correct? A: AFGEDBCHIJ B: ECHIJAFGBD C: E D B G FACH JI D: E D B G FACHIJ E: A F G BD ECHJI 14. Which Hfr strains have F factors inserted in the same orientation? A: 1 and 3 oriented the same way, 2 and 4 both oriented the other way B: 1 and 2 oriented the same way, 3 and 4 both oriented the other way C: 1 and 4 oriented the same way, 2 and 3 both oriented the other way D: 1 oriented one way, 2, 3 and 4 all oriented the other way E: all are oriented the same way 2 UYSerlero

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Hfr strain is the high frequency recombination strain of a bacterium that has a conjugative plasmid (responsible of transfer of genetic material between one cell to another bacterial cell, example: F-plasmid). A conjugative plasmid inserts in the chromosome of another bacteria through homologous recombination and a plasmid that can insert into the chromosome of a bacteria is known as episome.

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The sequence of genes on a conjugative plasmid can be determined by interrupted conjugation at fixed intervals. Since, plasmids are circular and due to interrupted conjugation, different group of genes are transferred after different time i...

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