Operons are parts of the DNA that code for proteins. These sequences tell the cell how to produce a specific protein, or polypeptide. The interesting thing about operons is that they can be regulated by other DNA sequences in order to control when and where certain proteins are produced. This blog post will go over some definitions and facts related to operons so you get an idea of what they do! -Operons are parts of the DNA that code for proteins. These sequences tell the cell how to produce a specific protein, or polypeptide. -The interesting thing about operons is that they can be regulated by other DNA sequences in order to control when and where certain proteins are produced. For example, researchers have found instances where an operator directs transcription of some genes but not others (depending on what type of organism it is). This blog post will go over more information related to these operators!

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