How Do Bacteria Turn On And Turn Off Genes?
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Switching genes on and off enables bacteria to conserve resources by producing proteins only when they are needed. Make a model of an operon. Learn how the lac operon regulates the expression of bacterial genes essential for lactose metabolism. This complete "dry lab" activity contains all required materials.