Indexed on: 08 Jan '98Published on: 08 Jan '98Published in: High Energy Physics - Theory
We investigate the brane exchange in the framework of N=2 MQCD by using a specific family of M fivebrane configurations relevant to describe the baryonic branch root. An exchange of M fivebranes is realized in the Taub-NUT geometry and controlled by the moduli parameter of the configurations. This family also provides two different descriptions of the root. These descriptions are examined carefully using the Taub-NUT geometry. It is shown that they have the same baryonic branch and are shifted each other by the brane exchange.