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During conjugation, a cytoplasmic connection forms between the F+ and the F- cell.

One of the DNA strands on the F factor is nicked at an origin and separates.

Replication takes place on the F factor, replacing the nicked strand.

The 5' end of the nicked DNA passes into the recipient cell.

.where the single strand is replicated,.

During conjugation, a cytoplasmic connection forms between the F+ and the F- cell.

One of the DNA strands on the F factor is nicked at an origin and separates.

Replication takes place on the F factor, replacing the nicked strand.

The 5' end of the nicked DNA passes into the recipient cell.

.where the single strand is replicated,.

.producing a circular, double-stranded copy of the F plasmid.
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