Where would the lac repressor be bound in E. Coli bacteria that is growing in low glucose and high lactose?
In e coli when there is low glucose and high lactose, lactose binds to the lac repressor protein and prevents it from binding to the lac operator, after that RNA polymerase can bind to the promoter and starts transcription from lac genes.
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