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Bacteria lysogenic conversion vs. specialized transduction

can somebody explain in simple words?
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same thing.

lysogenic conversion is the result of specialized transduction (that is, transduction via a lysogenic phage).
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same thing.

lysogenic conversion is the result of specialized transduction (that is, transduction via a lysogenic phage).
nop cant be there was both of them in the answer list
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depends what the question asks then

only 5 toxins are attributable to lysogenic conversion
so maybe it wasn't asking about one of those 5, but rather about the process of specialized transduction.

specialized transduction can be discussed on its own,
but lysogenic conversion stems from specialized transduction so such a discussion would include both.
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