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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of phages

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of phages:

Derived Form of phages

root word: phage
plural: phages
root word: phage
Noun: phage
a virus that is parasitic in bacteria; it uses the bacterium's machinery and energy to produce more phage until the bacterium is destroyed and phage is released to invade surrounding bacteria
Type ofviruses,
Typescoliphages, typhoid bacteriophage*,

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  1. There are more phages on earth than every other organism combined,
  2. Which might make you nervous since phages are responsible for the majority of deaths on earth
  3. But phages also have major flaws.
  4. Like any other virus, phages need a host to survive and reproduce.
  5. It's now forced to manufacture all the parts of new phages.
  6. They only stop when the bacteria is filled up with brand-new phages.
  7. New phages are released and begin the cycle anew.
  8. Bacteria were our phages.
  9. But it turns out that phages, our tiny killer virus robots, could save us.
  10. Phages are very very specialized killers of bacteria.
  11. We encounter billions of phages every day and we just politely ignore each other.
  12. Phages are like guided missiles that only attack what they're supposed to
  13. Wait a minute, if we use phages to kill bacteria, won't bacteria develop ways of defending themselves?
  14. Well, it's more complex than that; phages evolved too.
  15. This makes phages smart weapons that are constantly getting better at killing.
  16. It turns out that in order to become resistant to even just a few species of phages,
  17. After years of suffering, a few thousand phages were directly inserted into his chest cavity
  18. In 2016, the largest phage clinical trial to date began and phages are getting more and more attention.
  19. It gets all the viruses, whether it's an RNA virus, DNA virus, or phages.
  20. So-called bacteriophages or phages hunt bacteria.