For each of the following statements about bacterial genetic recombination by phage transduction, answer: "True" or "False".
A phage is a virus that infects bacteria.
In recombination by transduction, the bacterial cell that donates the DNA survives and continues to reproduce.
A phage that infects several species of bacteria might be able to transfer DNA from one to another.
In generalized transduction, the transducing phage carries a random piece of DNA from a donor host cell.
A specialized transducing phage transfers specific host DNA sequences along with the phage DNA.