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The main difference between the lysogenic and lytic cycles is the outcome of the bacteria. In the lysogenic cycle, the bacteria is preserved and replicates normally. In the lytic cycle, the bacteria is broken apart and d... More »

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During the lytic cycle, a type of virus called a bacteriophage infects a bacterial cell and replicates itself multiple times before breaking out. The release of the virus into the cell's external surroundings results in ... More »

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The five phases of the lytic cycle of the bacteriophage are adsorption and penetration, synthesis of early proteins and phage DNA, synthesis of late proteins, assembly and lysis of the host cell. The lysis of the host ce... More »

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