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  • noun Plural form of cyanophage.

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Examples

  • Using sequence analysis, many new types of these phages (called cyanophages) have been detected.

    Marine viruses

  • For example, specific sequences of cyanophages could only be detected in the deep chlorophyll maximum (DCM), a Chlorophyll-rich layer closely associated to the thermocline (ca 75 to 200 m depth).

    Marine viruses

  • With his computer simulation model, Hellweger "knocked out" the photosynthesis genes of cyanophages (viruses that attack marine cyanobacteria species such as Synechococcus and Prochlorococcus) to compare the fitness-level of these viruses to those containing the genes.

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  • While this model is oversimplified, and has required assumptions that limit its applicability, it nevertheless may help us to understand some of the variability among cyanophages in methods they use to acquire dNTPs.

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  • This may be one factor that helps to explain why cyanophages infecting

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  • Synechococcus communities to coexist with cyanophages abundant in seawater.

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  • They are infected by cyanophages including members of the families Podoviridae, Myoviridae and Siphoviridae

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  • This gene is found in the genomes of a large proportion of cyanophages known to infect marine picocyanobacteria suggesting that it confers a fitness advantage.

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  • This may be one factor that helps to explain why cyanophages infecting

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  • Chan AM (1994) Dynamics and distribution of cyanophages and their effect on marine

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