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Repressible enzyme

repressible enzyme

(Science: biochemistry) In bacteria, an enzyme whose creation is inhibited when its reaction product is plentiful.


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HELP ME PLEASE ......!!

... gratest amount of chemical energy A a.ATP b.NADH C.FADH D. glucose E.Coenzyme A 2.which organism is not correctly matched to its energy source? ... to the presence of a substrate is called A a. an inducible enzyme b. a repressible enzyme c. a restriction enzyme d. an operator e. a promoter 42. ...

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Mon Jun 18, 2007 4:15 pm
 
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HELP ME PLEASE ......!!

... gratest amount of chemical energy A a.ATP b.NADH C.FADH D. glucose E.Coenzyme A 2.which organism is not correctly matched to its energy source? ... to the presence of a substrate is called A a. an inducible enzyme b. a repressible enzyme c. a restriction enzyme d. an operator e. a promoter 42. ...

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by blcr11
Mon Jun 18, 2007 1:58 pm
 
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HELP ME PLEASE ......!!

... gratest amount of chemical energy a.ATP b.NADH C.FADH D. glucose E.Coenzyme A 2.which organism is not correctly matched to its energy source? ... to the presence of a substrate is called a. an inducible enzyme b. a repressible enzyme c. a restriction enzyme d. an operator e. a promoter 42. ...

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by BCH04
Sun Jun 17, 2007 6:41 pm
 
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