[ trans-duhk-shuh n, tranz- ]
/ trænsˈdʌk ʃən, trænz- /
the transfer of genetic material from one cell to another by means of a virus.
- transducer cell,
Origin of transduction
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/ (trænzˈdʌkʃən) /
genetics the transfer by a bacteriophage of genetic material from one bacterium to another
Word Origin for transduction
C17: from Latin transductiō, variant of trāductiō a leading along, from trādūcere to lead over; see traduce
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1650s, from Latin transductionem, noun of action from transducere/traducere (see traduce).
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[ trăns-dŭk′shən, trănz- ]
Transfer of genetic material or characteristics from one bacterial cell to another by a bacteriophage or plasmid.
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