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The process of conjugation in bacteria. Bacterial Conjugation. Wikepedia, n.d. Web. 14 May 2016.

When bacterial cells undergo conjugation, DNA is transferred from

A

an F$^+$ cell to an F$^-$ cell, converting the new cell to an F$^+$ cell.

B

an F$^+$ cell to an F$^-$ cell; however, this cell remains an F- cell.

C

an F$^-$ cell to an F$^+$ cell, converting it to an F$^-$ cell.

D

an F$^-$ cell to an F$^-$ cell; the recipient cell remains an F$^-$ cell.

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