Subject: the lac operon - how useful is it as a gene model in all organisms?
Date: Thu Mar 31 14:58:34 2005
Posted by liam
Grade level: undergrad
School: stratclyde university
City: glasgow State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Molecular Biology
i am asking because after learning about the lac operon it seems important to
understand if this model can infact be used for other organisms and therefore
whether or not it is a good model for doing this. i am asking if current
knowlegde of the lac operon allows us to use it as part of a wider knowlege
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