A mutant strain ofT4- Bacteriophage, R-II, fails to lyse the £-Coli but when two strains R-IIX and R-IIY are mixed th

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Q 2716791679.     A mutant strain ofT4- Bacteriophage, R-II, fails
to lyse the £-Coli but when two strains R-IIX
and R-IIY are mixed then they lyse the E. Coli.
What may be the possible reason?
AIPMT 2001
A

bacteriophage transforms in wild

B

it is not mutated

C

both strains have similar cistrons

D

both strains have different cistrons

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