What is a " T DNA "

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T-DNA is expanded as Transfer DNA. This T-DNA is transferred from bacteria such as Agrobacterium tumefaciens in to the host plant's nuclear DNA genome. It a segment of DNA present in Ti-plasmid that is a tumour inducing plasmid.
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 i have heard about T RNA which is a transfer RNA,it is used to transfer Amino Acids from one place to another place which is preferbally the ribosomes which as a structural one for protein synthesis.
But i have not heard of T DNA, I don't know whether it is present or not but i would like to know about if it is actually present

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Yes it is there it is related to agrobacterium i have a question in my test today regarding this
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