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When a bacterium picks up pieces of DNA from its surroundings and makes use of this acquired DNA, it is referred to as
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User: When a bacterium picks up pieces of DNA from its surroundings and makes use of this acquired DNA, it is referred to as

Weegy: When a bacterium picks up pieces of DNA from its surroundings and makes use of this acquired DNA, it is referred to as "transformation".
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User: Archaea which live in high-salt concentrations are referred to as

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Archaea which live in high-salt concentrations are referred to as Halophile.
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