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No. some viruses like the Bacteriophage ,instead of infecting us, infect the bacteria and devour it. This is a bacteriophage.
they infect and destroy bacteria
the virus that infects bacteria is bacteriophage
tobacco mosiac virus, adenovirus, and bacteriophage
Bacteriophges do not infect humans. They only infect the bacteria they are specific to. Once they have destroyed all of the bacteria they have infected, your immune system efficiently removes the bacteriophages from your system. Bacteriophages are self-limiting and harmless to humans. Peggy Steele
The virus would not be able to infect new hosts
The event that occurs in bacteriophage multiplication that does not occur in animal virus replication is?
The event that occurs in bacteriophage multiplication that does not occur in animal virus replication is the injection of only the viral nucleic acid into the host cell. Viruses that infect bacteria are specifically called bacteriophages.
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A bacteriophage is a virus. A bacteriophage will attach itself onto a bacteria in the body and injuect the bacteria with a coding of new DNA. This new DNA which is now in the bacteria will 'reprogram' the old DNA as it were and will then either divide to create more cells or remain dormant until the bacteria 'explodes' for lack of a better word. Once this cell 'explodes' it releases new viruses into the… Read More
a bacteriophage however, these can be used in biotechnology; these viruses can have their DNA altered so that it injects DNA that scientists want in the bacteria (ex. the gene that produces human insulin)
Hershey and Chase showed that the genetic material of the t2 bacteriophage is DNA. They wanted to see whether viruses injected their DNA or a special protein coat into harmless bacteria, causing the bacteria to produce more viruses. First, they put a radioactive tracer on the protein and the DNA, and then they let the bacteriophage (virus) infect a harmless bacterium. They then looked to see which radioactive marker showed up in the bacterium. They… Read More
Describe the contributions of Hershey and Chase to the understanding that DNA is the hereditary molecules in viruses?
Hershey and Chase radioactively labelled T2 bacteriophage with P (DNA) and S (protein) to determine if protein or DNA carried the genetic material. They let the bacteriophage infect E.coli. The radioactive material found in the host E.coli contained the radioactive P (found in DNA) as the bacteriophage had multiplied inside the cell, but the radioactive S was not found inside the cell. Therefore DNA is the hereditary molecule resorce - some other guy off the… Read More
When it has replicated multiple times within the host cell. They need to be liberated, so they disrupt the membrane and burst open, thereby killing the infected host cell. This a part of the lytic cycle.
Bacteriophage is a virus that is located within bacteria. Bacteriophage is very common to find inside bacteria. Bacteriophage is made up from proteins.
A virus that infects bacteria is called a bacteriophage. a bacteriophage A virus that attacks bacteria is called a "Bacteriophage"
The type of virus that infects a bacteria is called a bacteriophage. An example of such a bacteriophage is the T3 bacteriophage.
The parts of bacteriophage are the head, collar, core, and sheath. Other parts of bacteriophage are the base plate and the tail fibers.
No, a bacteriophage is any virus that specifically attacks bacteria.
bacteriophage is a virus which kills bacteria
Bacteriophage is a self reproducing parasite within bacteria.
No. A bacteriophage is a virus that attacks bacteria.
bacteriophage is a virus that kills bacteria
A virus. Bacteriophage means " bacteria eater. "
A bacteriophage is a type of virus that preys on bacteria. Its structure consists of a head and tail. A bacteriophage contains nucleic acid and some proteins.
A bacteriophage is a virus. It typically results in the dissolution or disintegration of particular bacteria.
the biral DNA that is embedded in the host's DNA is called a Prophage while Bacteriophage is a bacteria which is infected by virus the first part is correct, a prophage is created when a bacteriophage inserts its DNA into the host cell...basically you have host DNA and bacteriophage DNA integrated together. This provides the bacteria with new properties and capabilities. A bacteriophage is actually a virus that specifically infects a bacteria. A bacteriophage may… Read More
the scientific name for bacteriophage is Enterobacteria phage Mu , get it right
Nucleic acid, such a nap is located inside of a bacteriophage. There is a protein coat but that i
A bacteriophage ("eater of bacteria") inject their DNA (or RNA) into the cell.
A bacteriophage is a kind of virus that infects and kills bacteria. a virus that attacks bacteria
Bacteriophage is a virus that attacks bacteria. When bacteriophage typically attaches to the bacterium and then injects nucleic acid into it and then the ghost virus protein stays outside.
Bacteriophage kills the winner, in bacterial communities, the dominant species is attacked by the viruses.
A bacteriophage is a virus that infects bacteria. Bacteria are unicellular prokaryotic cells.
bacteriophage lambda is a better vector than plasmid as plasmid is small
The T4 Bacteriophage only infects E. Coli bacteria. They don't hurt humans.
Because it infects bacteria and uses it as a factory to replicate and create more bacteriophage. T2 Bacteriophage undergoes lytic life cycle and NOT lysogenic life cycle
because the bacteriophage is set to do so
a drug is injected with a hypodermic needle. virus = bacteriophage
T4 bacteriophage is not a name of a disease, but of a virus that attacks bacterias. They are made inside the infected bacteria.
This type of virus is a bacteriophage. It attacks bacteria. The T4 bacteriophage attacks E. coli.
A bacteriophage is a type of virus that attacks bacteria; it is much smaller than bacteria and is not a cell.
When a bacteriophage infects a bacterial cell which part of the phage enters the bacterial cytoplasm?
The phage injects it's genetic material into the bacteria this can either be RNA, DNA or both. This genetic material is then translated into viral proteins which are assembled into new viruses along with a brand new genetic package ready to infect a new bacteria.
yes, a bacteriophage is a bacteria/viral particle/any prion/etc... which infects a bacterial cell.
Which stage of bacteriophage replication involves the bursting of the host cell so that the virus particles are free to infect others?
This is the last stage and it is called viral shedding. After a virus has made many copies of itself, it usually has used up the cell resources. The host cell is now no longer useful to the virus and the cell often dies.
The genetic material of the bacteriophage can be passed on to future generations of host cells. Causes resistance on bacteria. Causes the bacteria to evolve.
We can insert about 5-25 kb sized foreign DNA in a lambda bacteriophage vector.