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Unformatted text preview: in the operon and their phenotypes are described in the table below. For partial diploids, F' denotes the plasmid. AE = active enzyme, IE = inactive enzyme, NE = no enzyme. Genotype tm present tm absent A+B+C+D+ AE NE A-B+C+D+ AE AE A+B-C+D+ NE NE A+B+C-D+ IE NE A+B+C+D- AE AE A-B+C+D+ / F'A+B+C+D+ AE AE A+B-C+D+ / F'A+B+C+D+ AE NE A+B+C-D+ / F'A+B+C+D+ AE + IE NE A+B+C+D- / F'A+B+C+D+ AE NE a. Is the operon inducible or repressible? Why, in one sentence? b. Make a table assigning A, B, C, and D to the four parts of the operon listed in the question. Explain your reasoning in a separate paragraph. Be SUCCINCT....
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