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Transduction can refer to:
- Transduction (biophysics), the conveyance of energy from a donor electron to a receptor electron, during which the class of energy changes
- Transduction (genetics), the transfer of viral, bacterial, or both bacterial and viral DNA from one cell to another using a bacteriophage vector. The transfer can take place at any DNA marker. Specialized transduction works similarly to transduction, but is limited to specific locations in the DNA sequence.
- Transduction (machine learning), the process of directly drawing conclusions about new data from previous data, without constructing a model
- Transduction (physiology), the transportation of stimuli to the nervous system or What takes place when many sensors in the body convert physical signals from the environment into encoded neural signals sent to the central nervous system.
- Transduction (psychology), reasoning from specific cases to general cases, typically employed by children during their development
- Signal transduction, any process by which a biological cell converts one kind of signal or stimulus into another
- A process by which a transducer converts one type of energy to another
- Transduction (neuroscience), the conversion of physical signals from the environment to the sensory organs into encoded neural signals sent to the central nervous system.
- Schacter, Daniel L. et al.["Psychology"],"Worth Publishers",2011
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