12th Class Biology Molecular basis of inheritance

  • question_answer 31)   Regulatory proteins are the accessory proteins that interact with RNA polymerase and affect its role in transcription. Which of the following statements is correct about regulatory protein? (a) They only increase expression (b) They only decrease expression (c) They interact with RNA polymerase but do not affect the expression (d) They can act both as activators and as repressers

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                      (d) Regulatory sequences (proteins) control the functions of structural genes and are at called regulatory genes. The important regulatory genes are promoters, terminators, operators and repressor. To regulate the process of transcription, transcription factors (a sequence of specific DNA-binding factor) alone or with other proteins, promoter (as on activator) or stop as are press or the binding site of RNA polymerase to DNA.

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