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Chapter 16 Lecture. Concepts of Genetics Tenth Edition. Regulation of Gene Expression in Prokaryotes. Chapter 3 Lecture. Chapter 3 Lecture. 16.1 Prokaryotes Regulate Gene Expressions in Response to Environmental Conditions.

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regulation of gene expression in prokaryotes

Chapter 16 Lecture

Concepts of Genetics

Tenth Edition

Regulation ofGene Expressionin Prokaryotes

Chapter 3 Lecture

Chapter 3 Lecture

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16.2 Lactose Metabolism in E. coli Is Regulated by an Inducible System
  • The Discovery of Regulatory Mutations
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16.2 Lactose Metabolism in E. coli Is Regulated by an Inducible System
  • The Operon Model: Negative Control
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17.2 Lactose Metabolism in E. coli Is Regulated by an Inducible System
  • Genetic Proof of the Operon Model
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constitutive

trans element

cis element

Table 16.1

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TRAP and AT Proteins Govern Attenuation in B. subtilis

TRAP = trp RNA-binding attenuation protein

AT = anti-TRAP

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16.7 Riboswitches Utilize Metabolite-sensing

  • RNAs to Regulate Gene Expression
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16.8 The ara Operon Is Controlled by a Regulator Protein That Exerts Both Positive and Negative Control