Answer :

Agrobacterium tumefaciens is known to cause infection in plants especially in dicots.

The Ti plasmid of this bacterium induces tumour formation inside the plant cell.

The DNA of Ti plasmid gets incorporated with the host cell DNA.

Recombinant DNA dictates, to form the substances which are necessary for the growth of bacteria.

However, the tumour causing gene has been deleted by molecular biologist in order to use it as a vector.

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