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Initially, the number of plaques remains constant for a time (the latent period), rises sharply at a certain moment, and levels off as each host cell has liberated its progeny phage. The ratio between the numbers of infected centers before and after lysis is the burst size. (B) Differences in plaque morphologies between lytic and temperate phages. Shown in this picture are lytic Pseudomonas putida phage ε15 (top) and temperate Pseudomonas aeruginosa phage LKR3 (bottom). 21 22 Ⅲ CEYSSENS AND LAVIGNE such factors as the concentration of the soft agar and dryness of the plate.
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