An operon is defined as __________

A. A related set of genes each having different promoters and are present differently

B. A set of genes which are present together but are controlled by different promoters

C. A set of genes which are present together and are controlled by the same promoter

D. A set of genes which are not present together but controlled by the same promoter

Explanation: An operon is defined as the cluster of genes which are present together and are controlled by the same promoter. An example is lac operon. It consists of three subunits, alpha, beta and omega.

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