Wanladit - Virus

Wanladit - Virus

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  • Biology: Lytic and Lysogenic cycle
  • Miss, I still have questions about today's lesson. Can you explain a bit more about difference between Lytic and Lysogenic cycle?
  • Lytic cyclea type of viral reproduction mechanism which results in the lysis of the infected cell.The viral of phage DNA does not integrate with the host cell DNA.The cycle does not have a prophage stage.
  • Both Lytic and Lysogenic cycle are the ways viruses use to replicate themselves, and here are the differences between two of them...
  • Biology: Lytic and Lysogenic cycle
  • Lysogenic cyclea type of viral reproduction where the viral DNA is integrated into the host genome.The viral of phage DNA is integrated into the host cell DNA.The cycle has a prophage stage.
  • The virus begins to replicate and transcribe during the Lytic cycle. After the protein is transcribed, the virus is produced, and the viruses eventually break through the cell wall.
  • In Lytic cycle, the virus binds to the cell and injects its DNA, but in the Lysogenic cycle, the virus remains dormant, allowing the host cell to reproduce additional cells with viral DNA. The viral DNA will be triggered after a period, leading the host cell to produce a large number of viruses before bursting out of the cell.
  • The DNA replication takes place independently from the host’s DNA replication mechanism.The productivity of viral DNA is high.
  • If you still don't understand, here are the lists of the differences between Lytic and Lysogenic cycle.
  • The viral DNA replication occurs along with the host’s DNA replication.The productivity of viral DNA is low.
  • Biology: Lytic and Lysogenic cycle
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  • Thank you miss, now I have a better understanding about Lytic and Lysogenic cycle.
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