exogenote

<molecular biology> The fragment of new genetic material that has been added to a bacterial genome by the process of genetic recombination or by genetic engineering. ... Compare: endogenote. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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exogenote

Type: Term Pronunciation: ek′sō-jē′nōt Definitions: 1. In microbial genetics, the fragment of genetic material that has been transferred from a donor to the recipient and, being homologous for a region of the recipient's original genome (endogenote), produces in the homologous region a condition analogous to diploidy. &nb...
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