MCDB1A_Genetics_Quiz_5

MCDB1A_Genetics_Quiz_5 - MCDB1A Genetics Quiz 5 This quiz...

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MCDB1A Genetics Quiz 5 This quiz covers material from chapter 13 on viruses and prokaryotic gene regulation 1 of 9 An operon is a group of linked genes. any long sequence of DNA with related genes. a molecule that can turn genes on and off. regulatory sequences controlling protein-coding genes. an inducer bound to a repressor. 2 of 9 An inducer binds to the operator and prevents the repressor from binding at this site. binds to the termination codons and allows protein synthesis to continue. binds to the promoter and prevents the repressor from binding to the operator. combines with a repressor and prevents it from binding the promoter. combines with a repressor and prevents it from binding the operator. 3 of 9 In a repressible operon, the repressor molecule must first be activated by a corepressor. is a molecule made from the operon. binds to the mRNA. must first be made negative to control the operon. can repress the transcription of the operon on its own. 4 of 9 Bacteria that house bacteriophages that are not lytic are called___________. 5 of 9
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