DISCUSSION: This is mentioned in lines 15-22. If you take away a bacterium’s cell wall, it will pass that lack of walls on to it’s offspring.
- Lines 26-27 make clear that CO2 vulnerability was genetic.
- Same as A.
- CORRECT. See lines 15-22. Removing a bacterium’s cell wall changes how its genes interact.
- Close, but it’ s the absence of cell walls that we know can be passed on.
- Plasmids are mentioned around line 35. This is an example of horizontal gene transmission.
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