What is T in T4 bacteriophage?
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Which events occurs in the lytic cycle of bacteriophage T4 infection but not in the lysogenic cycle?
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What has the author Margaret Vogel Sheldon written?
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At what point in the reproductive cycle of the T4 bacteriophage is host cell infection irreversible?
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Is a T4 bacteriophage virus living or non living?
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What are the factors of t4-81?
t4-81 is a difference of 2 squares and can be written as (t2-9)(t2+9) t2+9 can't be further factorised but t2-9 is a difference of 2 squares again and can be factorised to (t+3)(t-3) so the factors of t4-81 are :(t2+9)(t+3)(t-3) Hope this helps :-) I believe the answer you are looking for is (t - 3)(t + 3)(t 2 + 9)
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What is the best known bacteriophage and what virus does it attack?
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What is the real name for spacecraft virus?
The spacecraft virus is only named such because the shape of the virus looks like the Lunar Lander used in the Apollo Missions. Viruses of this type are called phages. The typical "Spacecraft virus" that you see illustrated in textbooks is typically a T4 Bacteriophage, also called "Enterobacteria Phage T4"
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What attaches to the bacteria and injects the hereditary material?
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What is a lysogenic bacteriophage?
A lysogenic phage is a 'temperate' bacteriophage (such as lambda phage) that integrates its genome inside that of the host without immediately transcribing and making new virus particles. However, at a later time, the integrated genome can be excised and begin to be actively transcribed, producing virus particles that eventually burst the cell. This is opposite to the 'lytic' variety of bacteriophage (T4 phage) that immediately transcribe and make new virus after infecting the host cell, causing rapid lysis.