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lac operon is called suppressor
I (indigestible) genes. The eigen is close to the regulating operon, but some other regulatory genes are far away from their operons. like everyone else
The gene, i gen, contains an advertiser, which can be assigned to the pie. Since this advertiser does not bind effectively to RNA polymerase, only enough mRNA is synthesized.

About ten molecules of the repressor protein were produced per cell per generation. The extent of this repression is enough
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energy waste. Pie and i. there is no operator between
Therefore, the gene is a protein component that represses the lac operon; i.e. it is produced at a constant rate
Subject to environmental control.

Let us examine the essential characteristics of insoluble systems
Like Locke Oberon:
In the absence of induction, the operon will be turned off.
Control is exerted by a regulatory protein – the suppressor – which kills the operculum.
Regulatory genes make proteins with similar functions
control the expression of other genes.

Some other DNA sequences (operators and advertisers)
Do not code for proteins, but have binding sites for binding or other proteins.
Adding a trigger opens the Opel.
Operator Controller – Forced Suppression
Relic: Drp Oberon
We found that

 

 

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