If the tryptophan repressor is not able to bind to the operator site, in an trp operon, how would that effects the behavior of E. coli?
- Jacques Monod and his colleagues discovered the first repressible operon using E.coli in 1953. He proposed a model for its regulation.
Answer and Explanation: 1
- Trp operon is a repressible operon. This means that it is repressed or turned off in the presence of the inducer, tryptophan.
- Tryptophan repressor is...
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fromChapter 18 / Lesson 17
Understand what an operon is. Define an operon, understand its function, and explore the sequence of a bacterial operon. Discover some examples of an operon.