E. coli can utilize lactose, Biology

Which of the following

E. coli can utilize lactose?

Explain your answer. (-) superscript means mutation in the gene.

Explain why the strain is able or unable to utilize lactose.


a. i+     p+     o-      z+    y+b. i+     p-      o+     z+    y+

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