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in a rapidly changing environment, would a population of bacteria incapable of conjugation be more successful than one that could undergo conjugation?...

For bacteria living in a rapidly changing environment, would a population of bacteria incapable of conjugation be more successful than one that could undergo conjugation? Please also explain your answer describing the process and its advantages over other mechanisms.

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