That gene was just moved vertically was the transcendent perspective on researchers until the 1950s when another kind of gene exchange was found. Flat or parallel gene exchange is another method for one living being acquiring another’s genes, yet rather than a parent to posterity, this strategy for hereditary conveyance depends on one living being adequately retaining another living being’s DNA entire and flawless.
Two living beings can make a third, apparently random cross breed living being with the two qualities, yet not at all like the equivalent consolidating of qualities that happen during multiplication. Rather, one bigger life form can for all intents and purposes eat another living being and hold the second life form’s hereditary code, utilizing the primary creature’s code for itself. The mitochondria, the piece of the cell liable for changing over sugars to the vitality used to control cell works in eukaryotic creatures, is thought to have once existed as an autonomous living being. Through the parallel exchange, an old eukaryote consumed it and held its hereditary make-up.