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Department
Biology
Course
BIOL 2000
Professor
Joseph Rasmussen
Semester
Winter

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Chapter 5- 4B Bacterial exchange DNA by several processes Bacteriophages  Viruses that infect bacteria  Nucleic acid and protein coat  Can assemble individually  Just DNA component of phage foes into the cell Cycle of a phage that lyses host cell  Lytic cycle  Once phage DNA is injected the bacteria will start producing viral proteins  Initial infection causes the production of multiple phage particles  Two DNA are made  Plaques Clear areas where all bacterial cells have ben lysed by phage Mapping  We can map phage genes on phage “chromosome” because o Several phages with different genotypes can infec
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