When the bacteriophage DNA becomes part of the bacterial chromosome?
During phage infection into bacteria, it penetrates phage DNA into bacterium,which will be integrated in to the bacterial genome (chromosome) to replicate and synthesize phage molecules.
When the bacteriophage DNA becomes part of the bacterial chromosome: it can never exit the genome and initiate viral replication it kills the cell it has entered the lytic cycle it has entered the lysogenic cycle
When a T2 bacteriophage infects an E. coli cell what part of the phage enters the bacterial cytoplasm?
the whole phage
Those circular DNA molecules are called Plasmids.widely used in Recombinent DNA Technology
Restriction enzymes cleave DNA at a particular recognition site -- a particular sequence of nucleotides. You can imagine the following scenarios: 1. The bacterial chromosome does not contain the recognition sequence 2. The bacterial chromosome contains the recognition sequence, but that particular part of the DNA is either supercoiled to keep the restriction enzyme from finding the sequence, or it's single stranded as when being replicated or transcribed. 3. The bacterial chromosome contains the recognition… Read More
it becomes a part of the bacterial DNA and it can be replicated into the daughter cells. this cycle doesn't harm the bacterial cell but it can change into the lysis cycle and kill the host 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.
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 second statement would be more correct.
Because meiosis is part of the process of gamete formation, consisting of chromosome conjugation and two cell divisions, in the course of which the diploid chromosome number becomes reduced to the haploid.
1)A SPECIFIC virus attaches to the surface of a specific bacteria cell.hereditary material of the virus injects into the cell. 2)The viral hereditary material may become a part of the bacterial cell's chromosome. 3)The bacterial cell divides the virus is now part of two cells inseted of one 4)The virus become active. 5)New virus are made 6)The bacterial cell breaks open and releases the viruses, thereby destroying the host bacterial cell.
The chromosome abnormality that occuswhen part of one chromosome breaks off and is add to a different chromosome is?
The Chromosome abnormality that occurs when part of one chromosome breaks off and is added to a diferent chromosome is?
no, the gene is not actually the chromosome but a part of chormosome...
a long-ago cell appears to have been infected with a bacterial virus. This particular virus had the ability to insert its own DNA into the bacteria's chromosome without harming the bacterium - and to remain there. Now, every time this bacterial cell divided, the virus DNA, being now a part of the bacterial DNA, was passed on to every daughter cell
Chromosome 21 is the smallest human chromosome. Inside of the chromosome, there are 48 billion nucleotides, the building blocks of DNA.
The bacteriophages are only made up of water, proteins and RNA/DNA.
In reference to genetics, translocation means moving a part of a chromosome to a different location within that chromosome or to an entirely different chromosome. This can result in an abnormality of the chromosome.
The four types of chromosomal mutation are deletion, duplication, inversion and trasnlocation. Deletion is the loss of all or part of a chromosome. Duplication is where a segment of a chromosome is copied. Inversion is where a section of a chromosome is reversed. Translocation is the process in where a part of one chromosome breaks off and attaches to a non-homologous chromosome.
Any membrane-closed organelle such as mitochondria, ER, etc would not be part of bacterial cells.
Usually only the DNA or RNA of virus enters the host cell.
Deletions are a loss of all or part of a chromosome. Duplications produce extra copies of parts of a chromosome. Inversions reverse the direction of parts of a chromosome. Translocations occur when part of one chromosome breaks off and attaches to another.
then upper part of stem becomes a fruit
Each chromosome has genes on it in the form of coded base nucleotide sequence which is part of DNA.
Chromosome map tells us about the deletion or insertion or a part of chromosome that is missed which may be a cause to any disorder.
the part of the seed that becomes is the embryo
The ABL part of chromosome 9 breaks off and fuses tothe BCR part of chromosome 22. thus, it is called BCR-ABL.
crossing over is when parts of a chromosome moves over to the other part of the chromosome
A chromosome is an essential part of real life. You would not have life without chromosomes!
Hypocotyl is the part of the embryo that becomes the lower part of the stem and the roots. Epicotyl is the part of the embryo that becomes the upper part of the stem.
philadelphia disorder is a genetic disorder i.e. CML- Chronic Myelinogenic leukaemia. It is due to exchange of a part of chromosome between chromosome number22 and chromosome number9. The disorder was found in a patient in hospital at philadelphia and chromosome is called as philadelphia chromosome.
The ovary is the part of plant that becomes the fruit
Chromosome analysis is not considered genetic testing but can be a part of genetic testing. In order to do genetic testing you must start with Chromosome analysis but you can use Chromosome analysis for other purposes.
A chromosome is a part of DNA that consists of a long arm and a short arm connected at the center called the Centromere.
When a bacteriophage attacks a bacterium What is injected into the cell what remains outside the cell?
The part that remains outside is called the capsid or protein coat.
Identify the component of the bacterial cell that is a ring-shaped piece of DNA that is NOT part of the main chromosome and often plays a role in antibiotic resistance?
That ring-shaped piece of DNA is called a plasmid. The plasmid is DNA nonetheless, and has the same components that a DNA normally has.
The part of the nucleus that carries coded information called genes is the chromosome. The chromosome is a threadlike structure of nucleic acid and proteins.
No it is not.They are only in eukariyotes
When homologous chromosomes crossover, they merge one chromatid with the other. One small part of the chromosome will now be part of the other, and the opposite chromosome will have a part of the other chromosome in place of where it switched it's own to the other. It's a bit confusing, but you can search google images to get visual aid.
A chromosome is that part of cell that carries the gene or the attributes of one organism to it's off spring.
Chromosome: When a part of the chromosome is removed Genetic: When one or more bases (ATCG) are removed from the portion of DNA
An oral infection is an infection in your mouth. It can be bacterial. A bacterial infection is an infection caused by bacteria. It can be in any part of your body or throughout your body.
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part becomes water vapor... part becomes water
No. When a sperm and an egg cell come together, the chromosomes literally come apart and reassemble. Part of a single chromosome will come from the mother and part of the same chromosome will come from the father. On the matching chromosome the opposite will occur. So, no one chromosome except for the x and y chromosomes in a boy will come from a particular parent.