1) The phage approaches the bacteria, and the tail filaments bind to the receptor sites on the surface of the bacterial cell.
2) The nucleic acid of the virus (DNA or RNA) is introduced into the bacterial cell.
3) Phage nucleic acid encodes the synthesis of phage enzymes; host DNA and RNA are inactivated, and phage enzymes completely break it down; NK phage subjugates the cellular apparatus.
5) Phage nucleic acid is replicated and encodes the synthesis of new coat proteins.
New phage particles form as a result of self-assembly of the protein coat around
phage nucleic acid.
7) The cell bursts; new phages that infect other bacteria are released.
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