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Describe how a bacteriophage infects a host bacteria.
Adsorption of phage to bacteria via tail fibers

Sheath contraction

Nucleic acid injection
In Lytic Multiplication, describe the eclipse phase.
After virus injects nucleic acid into the bacteria,

phase where there is no infectious particles anywhere on the bacteria.
In Lytic Multiplication,
describe the Intracellular Accumulation phase.
All viral components made and production of fully functional particles.
Describe the initial few steps that occur in Lysogenic/Temperate multiplication immediately following injection.
Circularization of phage chromosome.

Recombination between phage DNA and host chromosome DNA.

Repression of phage genome.
Define Lysogenic Conversion.
When a bacteria gains a nutrient utilization gene via specialized transduction.
Vibrio Cholerae:

- Phage
- Gene Product
- Phenotype
CTX phage

Cholerae toxin

Cholerae
E. Coli:

- Phage
- Gene Product
- Phenotype
Lambda phage

Shigalike toxin

Hemorrhagic Diarrhea
Clostridium Botulism:

- Phage
- Gene Product
- Phenotype
Clostridial phage

Botulism toxin

Botulism
Cornyebacterium Diptheriae:

- Phage
- Gene Product
- Phenotype
Cornyephage beta

Diptheriae toxin

Diptheria
Streptococcus Pyogenes:

- Phage
- Gene Product
- Phenotype
T12 phage

Erythrogenic toxin

Scarlet fever