What happens to the ethereum mempool transaction of uncle and fork nodes

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I understand that in Bitcoin network when a fork happens, the transactions in the shorter branches goes back to the mempool

In Ethereum instead we have Uncle blocks and Fork blocks. What happens to the Uncle block transactions?

Are they reinserted again into the mempool or the transactions remain confirmed and part of the blockchain?

Apr 8, 2018 in Blockchain by Christine
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