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Nuclei Behaviour Questions

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The genetic constitution is immediately placed under selection pressure. Those characteristics which are competitively disadvantageous cause the immediate loss of the organism.

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Usually only the nucleus is transferred during a compatible interaction. While mitochondria and other cytoplasmic components may be transferred to the receptor cell during conjugation, this cell is likely to die should it take on deleterious DNA.

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