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The phage infects the bacterial cells. Radioactive DNA (32p) Agitate in a blender
to separate phage outside the bacteria from the cells and their contents.
Centrifuge and measure the radioactivity in the pellet and supernatant. b <L 2?
Figure 17.10 Transduction (a) Generalized transduction Phage DNA (b)
Specialized transduction Bacterial Prophage DNA DNA Phage infects bacterial
cell. Bacterial cell has prophage integrated between genes A and B. Host DNA is
Figure 29.15 The life history of a blood fluke (Schistosoma mansoni) Human host
Larva infects snail. Copyright © The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co., Inc.,
from Campbell BIOLOGY, Fourth Edition. Figure 29.16 Anatomy of a tapeworm ...
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2b The HersheyChase experiment
9b A transposon that affects flower color
a hypothetical phylogeny continued
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