When a foreign DNA is introduced into an organism, how is it maintained in the host and how is it transferred to the progeny of the organism?
- The foreign DNA sequence is joined with the vectors plasmid using DNA ligase.
- Whenever the cell replicates its DNA ultimately leads to the replication of foreign DNA sequence.
- Form on generation to other generation along the vector’s DNA the foreign DNA is also passed on.
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