Answer: Keeping those genes locally in the mitochondria gives the cell a way to individually control mitochondria,” Johnston says, because pivotal proteins are created in the mitochondria themselves. ... Other structures in our cells could also benefit from this type of local control.
CRP (cAMP receptor protein) is a protein found in bacteria. It is a regulatory protein.
CRP binds to cAMP which brings the conformational change which leads to the binding of CRP to specific sites on DNA promoter. This activates the transcription through interaction with RNA polymerase. Decrease in glucose and increase in cAMP causes an increase in CRP activity. cAMP is low when glucose behaves as a carbon source. This is due to inhibition of adenylate cyclase enzyme (cAMP producing enzyme). So, a decrease in glucose level will increase cAPM level.
The answer that would best complete the given statement above would be option A. All of the procedures listed but option A: turning the fine adjustment to raise the body tube, is considered an exception in the proper <span>handling of a compound light microscope. Hope this answers your question.</span>