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(kon-joo-gay-shun) [L. conjugatio, a joining, connection] In bacteria, the transfer of DNA between two cells that are temporarily joined.
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mid-15c., from Latin conjugationem (nominative conjugatio) "a combining, connecting," noun of action from conjugare "to join together" (see conjugal). Grammatical sense is 1520s.
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The transfer of genetic material between bacterial cells. DNA is passed from the donor cell to the recipient cell via direct cell-to-cell contact or a connection between two bacterial cells. 18 Animat [..]
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The inflection of a verb to show its person, number, mood, or tense. Here is a sample conjugation of the present tense indicative forms of to sing in English and cantar in Spanish:
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n. The state or condition of being joined together.
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Mechanism by which genetic material may be exchanged between bacterial cells. During conjugation, two bacteria lie close together and a cytoplasmic connection forms between them. A plasmid or sometimes a part of the bacterial chromosome passes through this connection from one cell to the other. © 2005 by W. H. Freeman and Company. All righ [..]
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Conjugation is a process by which one bacterium transfers genetic material to another through direct contact
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Physical contact with the establishment of plasma bridges between two different bacterial cells allowing directed transfer of DNA.
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linkage (pop)
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The ancient ritual that has allowed bacteria
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The recitation of the various forms of a verb.
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Type of sexual reproduction in which genetic material is exchanged during the temporary union of two cells, as in the fresh water green filamentous alga Spirogyra.
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The transfer through a pilus of DNA from one bacterium
Source: evolution-textbook.org

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(French : conjugaison) Natural transfer of plasmidic or chromosomal DNA from a bacterial cell to another via a cytoplasmic bridge.
Source: atlasgeneticsoncology.org

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type of sexual reproduction in unicellular organisms in which hereditary material is exchanged. conservation -
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(n) the act of making or becoming a single unit(n) the state of being joined together(n) the inflection of verbs(n) the complete set of inflected forms of a verb(n) a class of verbs having the sa [..]
Source: beedictionary.com

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Illustrated Glossary of Organic Chemistry Conjugation: Special stability associated with three or more adjacent, parallel, overlapping p orbitals, resulting in increased electron delocalization and lo [..]
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the formation of a water-soluble derivative of a chemical by its combination with another compound, such as glutathione, glucuronate, or sulfate.
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A parasexual process in Bacteria; ALGAE; Fungi; and ciliate Eukaryota for achieving exchange of Chromosome material during fusion of two Cells. In Bacteria, this is a uni-directional Transfer of genet [..]
Source: online-medical-dictionary.org

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A parasexual process in BACTERIA; ALGAE; FUNGI; and ciliate PROTOZOA for achieving exchange of chromosome material during fusion of two cells. In bacteria, this is a uni-directional transfer of geneti [..]
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A process having a unidirectional transfer of genetic information through direct cellular contact between a donar (“male”) and a recipient (“female”) bacterial cell.
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A term from inflectional morphology which refers to changes in ending for verbs depending on such factors as tense, mood, person and number. A set of verbal inflections is also termed an inflectional [..]
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The process by which two bacteria in close proximity exchange a piece of DNA through a hollow tube-like structure called a PILUS. This is also called bacterial mating
Source: pseudomonas-syringae.org

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A temporary joining of two bacteria to transfer genetic material.
Source: biotechlearn.org.nz

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Modern bacteria reproduce by splitting in two - that is, they have asexual
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A process whereby two cells come in contact and exchange genetic material. In prokaryotes the transfer is a one-way process. The union of two bacterial cells, during which chromosomal material is tran [..]
Source: groups.molbiosci.northwestern.edu

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(When used with Antibody) molecular attachment of a fluorochrome to an antibody.
Source: flocyte.com

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The mating process in bacteria which require cell to cell contact being established, and in which genes are transferred between cells.
Source: iatp.org

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