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Bacterial artificial chromosomes are the __________________ of bacterial cells.

(a) Polymerase enzyme

(b) Proteases

(c) F-factors

(d) Exonucleases

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Right choice is (c) F-factors

To explain: Bacterial artificial chromosomes are cloning vectors that accept up to 500 kb of DNA. These are specialized plasmids (F-factors) of the bacterial cells that contain bacterial origin of replication.

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