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Genes in bacteria?

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Genes in bacteria?

Postby cpu2007 » Sun Aug 23, 2009 12:53 pm

Hi to everyone, I am new to this forum and honesty have to say that is a great forum for a person like me who doesn't know much aboout biomolecules and genetic, and also for experts who wants to learn more.

my question is very simple and i might know the answer but i would like to have a confirmition given that i have not found a clear answer anywhere.

Genes in bacteria are found in:
Nucleus
microbody
chloroplast
The paired chromosomes present in all organisms
nucleoid

I think is :|The paired chromosomes present in all organisms
but not sure
thank you in advance.
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Postby Mhlengi » Tue Aug 25, 2009 12:46 pm

Find any good microbiology textbook and read on bacterial genetics. The answer you think is right shows that giving you an answer from your choices is unlikely to help yo understanding of the subject
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Postby Mattias » Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:01 pm

Is there any of these choices that you would rule out and why?
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