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A giant plasmid of ''Agrobacterium tumefaciens'' that is responsible for tumor formation in infected plants. Ti plasmids are used as vectors to introduce foreign DNA into plant cells.
 
A giant plasmid of ''Agrobacterium tumefaciens'' that is responsible for tumor formation in infected plants. Ti plasmids are used as vectors to introduce foreign DNA into plant cells.
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A giant plasmid of Agrobacterium tumefaciens that is responsible for tumor formation in infected plants. Ti plasmids are used as vectors to introduce foreign DNA into plant cells.




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