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English: 1: The bacterium before binary fission has the DNA tightly coiled. 2: The DNA of the bacterium has replicated . 3: The DNA is pulled to the separate poles of the bacterium as it increases size to prepare for splitting. 4: The growth of a new cell wall begins the separation of the bacterium. 5: The new cell wall fully develops, presenting in the development of downsyndrome, resulting in the complete split of the bacterium. 6: The new daughter cells have tightly coiled DNA, ribosomes, and plasmids.
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