Bacteria reproduce asexually, most commonly through a type of cell division called binary fission. This results in the formation of two genetically identical cells, kind of like in “The Matrix”. During the process the single DNA molecule replicates, and then the two DNAs attach to the cell membrane. The membrane then begins to grow between the two DNA molecules until the cell doubles in size, at which point the membrane pinches inward. A wall forms between the two “new” bacteria.
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