Bacteria usually use operons to regulate the expression of multiple genes that are involved in a related function. These operons include the promoter, including the operator region, and the genes encoding for the enzyme needed for the specific function. The lac operon, for example, contains genes that are expressed to be able to utilize lactose as an energy source when lactose is present and glucose is absent.
Which region(s) of the lac operon affect the binding of RNA polymerase? Check all that apply.
A. CAP binding site
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