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During DNA replication in prokaryotes, DNA is anchored to

a)

Chromosome

b)

Mesosome

c)

Nucleolus

d)

Ribosome


Question ID - 2848 | Toppr Answer

During DNA replication in prokaryotes, DNA is anchored to

a)

Chromosome

b)

Mesosome

c)

Nucleolus

d)

Ribosome

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

On the plasma membrane of bacteria generally at mid point, there are present some circular coiled bodies called mesosomes. Mesosomes are more prominent in Gram+ve bacteria. Mesosomes receive DNA during conjugation and DNA replication enzyme.



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