Definition of Lysogenicity

1. Noun. The condition of a host bacterium that has incorporated a phage into its own genetic material. "When a phage infects a bacterium it can either destroy its host or be incorporated in the host genome in a state of lysogeny"

Exact synonyms: Lysogeny
Generic synonyms: Condition
Derivative terms: Lysogenic, Lysogenic, Lysogenic

Definition of Lysogenicity

1. [n -TIES]

Medical Definition of Lysogenicity

1. The property of being lysogenic. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lysogenicity

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Literary usage of Lysogenicity

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1. Elements of Clinical Bacteriology for Physicians and Students by Felix Klemperer, Ernst Levy (1900)
"... maintains the view also for Asiatic cholera in human beings that the immunity depends upon specific bactericidal influences (lysogenicity). ..."

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