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Can you match terms related to operons to their definitions?

Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right to complete the sentences.

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1) operan, 2) genes of an operon, 3) promotor, 4) regulatory gene, 5) operator, 6) repressor, 7) inducer
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Thank you!
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Thank you so much! This really helped me with my operon homework
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Right on the money! Thanks!
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I would appreciate it if you wrote this stuff out!
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