Ch._9_-_Study_Questions - 6 What is an inducer What is the...

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Biol 261 - Ch. 9 – Study Questions 1. How do bacteria control what proteins are being expressed? 2. How are constitutive proteins different from inducible proteins? 3.  Why would they want to control what protein is expressed? 4. How does the lac operon work and is it controlled postively or negatively? 5. What is catabolic repression?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. What is an inducer? What is the inducer for the lac operon? 7. Where do repressor proteins bind? 8. How is positive control different from negative control? 9. What causes bacteria to fluoresce? 10. What is an diauxic growth curve? 11. What are heat shock proteins? 12. How does attenuation work?...
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