What is/are the main difference(s) between prokaryotic and eukaryotic transcription regulation?
chromatin structure in eukaryotic DNA
compartmentalized transcription and translation in eukaryotes
lack of repressor elements in eukaryotic DNA
a and b
a, b, and c
Ans) d) a and b
Explaination: chromatin in eukaryotes have histone protein while histone are absent in chromatin of prokaryotes .
In eukaryotes compartmentalized transcription and translation occur as transcription in nucleus and translation in cytoplasm
While in prokaryotes both transcription and translation are coupled and occcur in cytosol .
Repressor protein are present in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
So , main difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes are
a) chromatin structure in eukaryotic DNA
b) compartmentalized transcription and translation in eukaryotes
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