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Which of these is evidence that eukaryotic genes are regulated independently instead of in units like operons?

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  2. ahh im so sorry for not posting them, here they are Genes use a common promoter, but each has its own set of transcription factors.

    Genes use a common promoter and a common set of transcription factors.

    Each gene has its own promoter, but they use a common set of transcription factors.

    Each gene has its own promoters and set of transcription factors.

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  5. 1.) Which of these is evidence that eukaryotic genes are regulated independently instead of in units like operons?

    Answer: Each gene has its own promoters and set of transcription factors.

    2.) What would happen if a cell transcribed and translated a gene’s intron by mistake?

    Answer: Additional amino acids would be inserted into the chain.

    3.) In prokaryotic cells, repressor proteins bind to a section of DNA called a/an

    Answer: operator.

    4.) The removal of sections of RNA, called introns, occur at which regulation step in eukaryotic cells?

    Answer: RNA processing

    5.) Many multicellular animals have the same hox genes. Which statement is evidence for this claim?

    Answer: The body plans of complex animals are very similar to one another.

    I hope this helps :))

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  6. Girl is 100% right for the Gene Expression and Gene Regulation quick check!

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  8. thankies girl, got 100%

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  9. thanks, why is everyone weeks ahead of me :(
    I am new to connexus but this is sad for me

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  10. PLZ I am also behind. Just stArted today

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  11. Yay

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  12. I’m behind too but I’ve knocked down to only 5 lessons and I had 22 over due

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  13. Thanks @girl! you were 100% correct for me :)

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  14. I’m abt to go into truency cuz in 42 lessons behind

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  15. dude im like thirty something lessons behind because they assign 8 lessons a flipping day and I'm barely catching up

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  16. I'm perfectly on time, actually ahead. My course hasn't even reached this point yet. Bow down, scum.

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  17. I have 4 overdue lessons lol

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  18. YEA, im behind to I have 85 missing assignments. i just started this school too. ugh

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  19. i do atleast 10 assignments a day so im actually ahead quite a while.

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  20. Plz and opt I started like 2 or 3 weeks ago lol

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  22. thank's y'all

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  23. girls right for honors

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  25. 1.) Which of these is evidence that eukaryotic genes are regulated independently instead of in units like operons?

    Answer: Each gene has its own promoters and set of transcription factors.

    2.) What would happen if a cell transcribed and translated a gene’s intron by mistake?

    Answer: Additional amino acids would be inserted into the chain.

    3.) In prokaryotic cells, repressor proteins bind to a section of DNA called a/an

    Answer: operator.

    4.) The removal of sections of RNA, called introns, occur at which regulation step in eukaryotic cells?

    Answer: RNA processing

    5.) Many multicellular animals have the same hox genes. Which statement is evidence for this claim?

    Answer: The body plans of complex animals are very similar to one another.

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  26. im so glad this exists when i'm behind and need help

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  27. yeah me too, this site is the only thing keeping my grades afloat

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  28. the first one is incorrect for me! it should have been "Each gene has its own promoter, but they use a common set of transcription factors."

    but then again, that could have been just for me.

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  29. It’s wrong do not use

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