transduction

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A form of inference involving reasoning from one specific case to another (compare induction)
The conversion of a stimulus from one form to another
The process whereby a transducer converts energy from one form to another
The transfer of genetic material from one bacterial cell to another by a bacteriophage or plasmid
The conversion of energy (especially light energy) into another form, especially in a biological process such as photosynthesis
{n} the act of conveying over
{i} act of transducing; transfer of genetic material between two cells by means of a virus; transformation of energy from one form to another
Insertion of the desired exogenous gene into the proper cell (usually by retrovirusvector)
The transfer of a gene from one bacterium to another by a bacteriophage In generalized transduction any gene may be transferred as a result of accidental incorporation during phage packaging In specialized transduction only specific genes can be transferred, as a result of improper recombination out of the host chromosome of the prophage of a lysogenic phage
the transformation of sensory stimulus energy into a cellular signal, such as a receptor potential
The step in a signal transduction pathway in which the first messenger of transduction triggers the increase of second messengers
Conversion of physical energy (e g , light or sound waves) to neural energy (Solso)
(genetics) the process of transfering genetic material from one cell to another by a plasmid or bacteriophage
Piaget's term for a preoperational child's tendency to mentally link particular experiences, whether or not there is logically a causal relationship Piaget's term for a preoperational child's tendency to mentally link particular experiences, whether or not there is logically a causal relationship
the transfer of energy from one form to the other Examples of transducers: loudspeakers, tape recording and playing machines In bacterial genetics, transduction is the transfer of genetic materials between two cells through an intermediate of different form - bacteriophages
Transduction is the transfer of energy from one system to another; often the energy is received by one system which retransmits it to another is a different form Transduction can also refer to a method of genetic recombination by which DNA is transferred from one cell to another by a virus
The transfer of bacterial genetic material between bacteria by a bacteriophage or phage vector
(trans-duk´shun): The translation of energy from one form to another (p 106)
The movement of genes from a bacterial donor to a bacterial recipient using a phage as the vector A process whereby a cell can gain access to and incorporate foreign DNA brought in by a viral particle
The transfer of bacterial genetic material from one bacterium to another using a phage as a vector
transfer of bacterial genetic material from one bacterium to another using a phage as a vector
The transfer of DNA sequences from one bacterium to another via lysogenic infection by a bacteriophage (transducing phage)
the process whereby a transducer accepts energy in one form and gives back related energy in a different form; "the transduction of acoustic waves into voltages by a microphone"
Viral transfer of DNA to new host
signal transduction
transfer of signal (information; may be energy) from one form to the another Example: (in a cell) extracellular osmolarity to protein phosphorylation; (in a computer) digital signal to display on the monitor screen In the latter case there is a digital to analog conversion
signal transduction
The biochemical events that conduct the signal of a hormone or growth factor from the cell exterior, through the cell membrane, and into the cytoplasm This involves a number of molecules, including receptors, pro- teins, and messengers
signal transduction
Interested readers are encouraged to find more thorough discussions of signal transduction in Cunningham or Eggins
signal transduction
The method by which a cell relays information from receptor binding to cellular response (e g , cell proliferation in response to growth factor binding)
transduction

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    trans·duc·tion

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    Этимология

    [ -'d&k-sh&n ] (noun.) 1947. transduce +‎ -tion

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    affiance
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