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The lac operon is OFF when both glucose and lactose are present in the environment. Comment the above statement

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Full transcription occurs when the glucose is absent but lactose is available for the lac operon. If glucose is also there,... View the full answer

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Glucose present, lactose absent : no transcription of the lac operon occurs; the lac repressor remains bound to the... View the full answer


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