BotanyGene regulation in eukaryotes for the formation of proteins takes place at the following levels.I. Transcriptional level  II. Splicing of hnRNA III. mRNA transport from nucleus to cytoplasm IV. Translation level

Gene regulation in eukaryotes for the formation of proteins takes place at the following levels.
I. Transcriptional level  
II. Splicing of hnRNA 
III. mRNA transport from nucleus to cytoplasm 
IV. Translation level

  1. A

    I, II 

  2. B

    III, IV   

  3. C

    I, II, III   

  4. D

    I, II, III, IV 

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    In eukaryotes, gene regulation for the formation of proteins takes place at transcription level by regulatory sequences of transcriptional units, splicing level by spliceosomes, capping enzymes and tailing enzymes and transport of mRNA through nuclear pores and during translation by various protein factors and enzymes.

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