Biology (11th Edition)

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Chapter 28 - Prokaryotes - Figure 28.12 - Data Analysis: 1

Answer

The plasmid will take the E. coli DNA with it, transferring that to the chromosome of the new cell.

Work Step by Step

Consider the basics of this case: F plasmids tend to bring extra DNA with them when they move to a new cell. This means that whatever DNA is nearby the integrated F plasmid will be moved--in this case, E. coli DNA.
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