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Where bacteria get their genes

They can also take up genetic material from the environment.

Ochman thinks the team's findings will stir new research in bacterial evolution. "It should be exciting to see whether gene transfer has been so widespread in other groups of bacteria, too."

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Emmanuelle Lerat, Vincent Daubin, Howard Ochman, Nancy A. Moran, Evolutionary Origins of Genomic Repertoires in Bacteria. PLoS Biology, May 2005, Volume 3, Issue 5, e130. http://www.plosbiology.org


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