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18) If she moves the repressor gene (lac I), along with its promoter, to a position at some several thousand base pairs away from its normal position, which will you expect to occur?

A) The repressor will no longer be made.

B) The repressor will no longer bind to the operator.

C) The repressor will no longer bind to the inducer.

D) The lac operon will be expressed continuously.

E) The lac operon will function normally.

Answer:

E) The lac operon will function normally.

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