How fast does salmonella reproduce?

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Mark J. Frazier 2 years 1 Answer 300 views Regular Member 0

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  1. doubling time of the salmonella is about 20 minute.

    salmonella reproduce (asexually) via binary fission.

    binary fission:

    division of a single cell done and forms 2 cells that are genetically identical.

    1. here, single DNA molecule replicates and generate 2 copies these copies attach at a different point, to the cell membrane.
    2. so, increase the distance between the DNA molecules when the cell grows and elongate.
    3. cell membrane pinches inward at the centre.
    4. cell well forms which separate the 2 DNA molecules and divide the original cell into 2 identical cell called daughter cells.

    hope you got the point.

    thanks

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