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Gene library consists of

A

All fragments of a genome

B

Frozen germplasm

C

Tissue culture

D

Living bacteria having clones of genes

Answer

A gene library can be defined as a collection of living bacteria colonies that have been transformed with different pieces of DNA from the organism. These DNA fragments are the sources of the genes of interest. 
So, the correct option is 'Living bacteria having clones of genes'.

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