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Why are bacteria able to evolve so quickly?
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Why are bacteria able to evolve so quickly?

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Why are bacteria able to evolve so quickly?
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because bacteria colony have tremendous amount of bacterium that reproduce and multiply on a super fast rate according to animal forms like us or others.


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Why are bacteria able to evolve so quickly?
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Why are bacteria able to evolve so quickly?
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Binary fission is a rapid process. Some bacteria have the ability to divide via binary fission every 20 minutes. This rapid rate of division allows for mutations to occur much more quickly than would happen with eukaryotic cells.


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