Transduction

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Transduction has different meanings in different fields:

  • Transduction (biology) is the transfer of genetic material from one microorgranism (usually a bacterial cell) to another by a filterable agent such as a bacteriophage or plasmid
  • Transduction (biophysics) is the conveyance of energy from a donor electron to a receptor receptor electron, during which the class of energy changes
  • Transduction (cybernetics) is a process or mechanism that converts signals from one form to another, notably in the Viable System Model
  • Transduction (engineering) is a process that converts one type of energy to another. A device that does this is a transducer
  • Transduction (genetics) is the transfer of viral, bacterial, or both bacterial and viral DNA from one cell to another using a bacteriophage vector
  • Transduction (machine learning) is directly drawing conclusions about new data from previous data, without constructing a model
  • Transduction (physics) is the conversion of energy into another form
  • Transduction (physiology) is transportation of stimuli to the nervous system
  • Transduction (psychology) is reasoning from specific cases to general cases, typically employed by children during their development
  • Transduction (semiotics) is the translation from a sign or concept from one field of knowledge to a different one, involving a transformation that keeps an original connection in its phenomenological deepest level
  • Signal transduction is any process by which a biological cell converts one kind of signal or stimulus into another

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