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Hi Francesca S. Alcorn -
>Sexual reproduction in bacteria may involve taking up DNA from
>the environment, from viruses, from plasmids, or from conjugation.
>The addition of genetic variability is random and depends on the
>correct binding receptors on the surface of the bacterium.
I like it.
[Sexual] reproduction in memes may involve taking up meme-stuff from the
environment, from viruses, from designs, or from active mingling. The
addition of memetic variability is random and depends on the correct
binding receptors in the host.
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