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In eukaryotes, many genes may have to interact with each other, requiring more interacting

In eukaryotes, many genes may have to interact with each other, requiring more interacting elements than can fit around a single promoter. This physical limitation is overcome by


(A) Alternating promoters and operators


(B) Placing promoters on both sides of each gene


(C) The use of very long promoters


(D) Distant sites in a chromosome controlling transcription of a gene


(E) Having factors on one chromosome control genes on another gene

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