anonymous
  • anonymous
"Tryptophan self-controls its synthesis." Justify this statement.a.)if a lesser amount of tryptophan is present in a cell, tryptophan acts as an inducer and binds to a repressor, leading to the synthesis of enzymes required for its production and thus its synthesis. b.)i an excess amount of tryptophan is present in a cell, tryptophan acts as promoter, preventing the further synthesis of necessary enzymes for its production and thus its synthesis. c.)if an excess amount of tryptophan is present in a cell, tryptophan acts as a co-repressor, preventing the further synthesis of necessary enzyme
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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  • GabeBae
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anonymous
  • anonymous
are yuhh sure
GabeBae
  • GabeBae
yes
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