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  • noun A virus that infects cyanobacteria

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Examples

  • From observations in lab studies, it appears that these cyanophage-encoded photosynthesis genes force the infected host cell to continue with photosynthesis until shortly before cell lysis.

    Marine viruses

  • This probably increases the energy available within the infected cell so that a maximum of new cyanophage particles can be produced.

    Marine viruses

  • To advance the study of phage biology through comparative genomic approaches we used marine cyanophage as a model system.

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  • The findings demonstrate that the fitness of cyanophage viruses is positively affected by the presence of photosynthesis genes.

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  • Recently, genes encoding the photosystem II reaction center (psbA and psbD) were found in cyanophage genomes.

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  • Recently, genes encoding the photosystem II reaction center (psbA and psbD) were found in cyanophage genomes.

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  • For example, cyanophage P-SSP7, which infects Prochlorococcus

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  • Experimental evidence shows that following infection by the cyanophage P-SSP7, the abundance of

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  • The model concentrates on processes of phage genome replication, the production of dNTPs, and the expression of psbA by host and phage, and can find good agreement with experimental measurements collected over the cyanophage P-SSP7 lytic cycle

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  • Prochlorococcus (cyanophage PSSM-2), is a new member of the ferredoxin-dependent bilin reductase (FDBR) family.

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