lec 5 - Organization of genes is different in prokaryotes...

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Organization of genes is different in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
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In prokaryotes, genes with a common function are often arranged linearly in operons and transcribed together on a single mRNA. There are very few non-coding gaps of DNA in prokaryotic genomes.
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