Why do bacteria acquire genetic information very quickly compared to eukaryotes?

Bacteria have no nucleus. All genetic information they have is contained in one single chromosome, consisting of one ring DNA molecule, where all genes “work”. DNA does not form complexes with proteins; genetic information is continuously read from genes.

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