cotransduction

cotransduction

[koh-trans-duhk-shuhn, -tranz-]
noun Genetics.
the process by which two genetic markers are simultaneously packaged within a bacteriophage for transfer to a new host bacterium.
Compare transduction.


Origin:
co- + transduction

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