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19 August, 09:53

Do temperate phage form plaques? Explain?

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  1. 19 August, 09:54
    Temperate phages incorporate their DNA into their hosts' DNA. This is known as lysogenic phase. But, in this case, the host cells are not lysed, and therefore, a plaque is not formed.
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