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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of operon

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of operon:
/ɑpɹɔn/

Derived Form of operon

noun
plural: operons
Noun
1
a segment of DNA containing adjacent genes including structural genes and an operator gene and a regulatory gene
Partsoperator gene, regulator gene, regulatory gene,
Type ofdeoxyribonucleic acid, desoxyribonucleic acid, DNA,

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  1. Positive control example I'll give you is the lac operon. That deals with lactose. And
  2. the negative control is the trp operon. It deals with tryptophan. And then finally I'll
  3. And so let's talk about how this works is the lac operon in bacteria because this the
  4. grabs on. And the other thing they'll have in an operon is called an operator. An operator
  5. an example of negative control? Well a negative control we learned about from the trp operon.
  6. trp operon instead of just having three it actually has five different genes. But they're
  7. and in particular, the famous lack operon of E coli.
  8. Let's take a look now at the structure of the lack operon.
  9. So, I mentioned briefly last time, what's an operon? Remember we said
  10. encoding multiple polypeptides is called an operon because they're
  11. lack operon. I said there was a promoter.
  12. Here is a promoter for the operon, and we'll call it P lack, promoter
  13. for the lack operon. Here is the first gene that is
  14. operon: no mRNA. So, that's great.
  15. And, the lack operon is transcribed. Yes? Uh-oh. OK, all right
  16. within a large operon known as the eps operon,
  17. with an operon that's referred to as the tasA operon.
  18. So SinR represses the polysaccharide operon and the protein operon.
  19. Likewise, AbrB contributes to the repression of the polysaccharide operon and the protein operon.
  20. operon. An operon is a fancy way of regulating genes and it usually is made up of a few genes