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Lysogenic bacteria

Lysogenic bacteria

(Science: microbiology) a bacterium which contains in its genome the dna of a virus which is lying dormant, passively letting itself be replicated by the bacterium whenever the bacterium replicates its own genome (a lysogenic virus), but able to reactivate and destroy the bacterium at a time of the virus's choosing (becomes a lytic virus).


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How does it know?

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Lysogenic cycle stages

Lysogenic ? I think they are : absorption, penetration, Clefage (The phase where the virus join up with the bacteria), and the last is the production of the virus using the replication phase of the bacteria.

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