Chapter 14 Control of Gene Expression • Transcripts are Edited o In Eukaryote Cells, m-RNA has a cap and tail added o Some parts are removed (introns) and others remain to be expressed (exons) • Protein may be processed in the golgi • Chromosomal rearrangements also result in phenotype changes o See PowerPoint • Differences in genes and chromosomes = information about species relatedness o PowerPoint: chromosome #2 • Controls of Gene Expression: Prokaryotes o Operons (sequence of genes operating together) o Lac Operon Protein combines with a gene, and prevents RNA polymerase from
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