The correct answer is to this question is sexduction. In molecular recombination, when F plasmid is transferred to an F – cell, it is called considered molecular recombination. The F plasmid is also known as the Fertility factor, or sex factors are used to transfer genes from one bacterium that has the factor to another bacterium that lacks the factor.
Sexduction is a peculiar case of gene transfer from a bacterium (male cell), who is the donor to another bacterium (female cell), also called the recipient. It is a form of bacterial conjugation that involves F- plasmid. In this case, the F factor is released independently with a fragment of the chromosome is transferred to another bacterium. The recipient cell becomes diploid and acquires new characteristics.