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Chapter 11 Opener. Figure 11.1 Potential Points for the Regulation of Gene Expression. Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation. Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation. Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation (Part 1). Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation (Part 2).

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Chapter 11 Opener


Figure 11.1 Potential Points for the Regulation of Gene Expression


Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation


Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation


Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation (Part 1)


Figure 11.2 Positive and Negative Regulation (Part 2)


Figure 11.3 A Gene Regulation Strategy for Viral Reproduction


Figure 11.3 A Gene Regulation Strategy for Viral Reproduction


Figure 11.4 The Reproductive Cycle of HIV


Figure 11.4 The Reproductive Cycle of HIV


Figure 11.5 Regulation of Transcription by HIV


Figure 11.5 Regulation of Transcription by HIV


Figure 11.5 Regulation of Transcription by HIV (Part 1)


Figure 11.5 Regulation of Transcription by HIV (Part 2)


Figure 11.6 Two Ways to Regulate a Metabolic Pathway


Figure 11.6 Two Ways to Regulate a Metabolic Pathway


Figure 11.7 The lac Operon of E. coli


Apply the Concept, Ch. 11, p. 214


Figure 11.8 The lac Operon: An Inducible System


Figure 11.8 The lac Operon: An Inducible System


Figure 11.8 The lac Operon: An Inducible System (Part 1)


Figure 11.8 The lac Operon: An Inducible System (Part 2)


Figure 11.9 The trp Operon: A Repressible System


Figure 11.9 The trp Operon: A Repressible System


Figure 11.9 The trp Operon: A Repressible System (Part 1)


Figure 11.9 The trp Operon: A Repressible System (Part 2)


In-Text Art, Ch. 11, p. 216


Table 11.1 Transcription in Bacteria and Eukaryotes


Figure 11.10 The Initiation of Transcription in Eukaryotes


Figure 11.10 The Initiation of Transcription in Eukaryotes


Figure 11.10 The Initiation of Transcription in Eukaryotes (Part 1)


Figure 11.10 The Initiation of Transcription in Eukaryotes (Part 2)


Figure 11.11 A Transcription Factor Protein Binds to DNA


Figure 11.11 A Transcription Factor Protein Binds to DNA


Figure 11.12 Coordinating Gene Expression


Figure 11.12 Coordinating Gene Expression


Figure 11.13 DNA Methylation: An Epigenetic Change


Figure 11.13 DNA Methylation: An Epigenetic Change


Figure 11.13 DNA Methylation: An Epigenetic Change (Part 1)


Figure 11.13 DNA Methylation: An Epigenetic Change (Part 2)


Figure 11.14 X Chromosome Inactivation


Figure 11.14 X Chromosome Inactivation


In-Text Art, Ch. 11, p. 219 (1)


In-Text Art, Ch. 11, p. 219 (2)


Figure 11.15 Epigenetic Remodeling of Chromatin for Transcription


Figure 11.15 Epigenetic Remodeling of Chromatin for Transcription


Figure 11.16 Alternative Splicing Results in Different Mature mRNAs and Proteins


Figure 11.17 mRNA Degradation Caused by MicroRNAs


Figure 11.17 mRNA Degradation Caused by MicroRNAs


Figure 11.18 A Repressor of Translation


Figure 11.18 A Repressor of Translation


Figure 11.19 A Proteasome Breaks Down Proteins


Figure 11.19 A Proteasome Breaks Down Proteins


Apply the Concept, Ch. 11, p. 224


Figure 11.20 An Explanation for Alcoholism?


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