Regulo vs Regulon - What's the difference?

regulo | regulon |


As a verb regulo

is .

As a noun regulon is

a group of genes that is regulated by the same regulatory molecule the genes of a regulon share a common regulatory element binding site or promoter the genes comprising a regulon may be located non-contiguously in the genome.

regulo

English

Noun

(-)
  • Any number of temperatures to which a gas oven may be set. e.g. regulo 4
  • See also

    * gas mark ----

    regulon

    English

    Noun

    (regulons)
  • A group of genes that is regulated by the same regulatory molecule. The genes of a regulon share a common regulatory element binding site or promoter. The genes comprising a regulon may be located non-contiguously in the genome.
  • See also

    * operon * stimulon

    Anagrams

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