Temperate virus

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temperate virus

(Science: virology) A virus which, upon infection of a host, does not necessarily cause lysis but whose genome may replicate in synchrony with that of the host.

See: lysogen.

Temperate Virus

Science: Virology

A virus Which enters the bacteria cell and Remains Inactive But Has Both Type Of Reproduction is Called Temperate Virus

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