heterogenote

heterogenote

 [het´er-o-je″nōt]
a cell that has an additional genetic fragment, different from its intact genotype; usually resulting from transduction.
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het·er·o·ge·note

(het'ĕr-ō-jē'nōt),
In microbial genetics, an organism that contains exogenous genetic material that differs somewhat from the corresponding region of its own original genome, but in a very limited way resembles a heterozygote.
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