B3 - How does DNA control a cell?

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A cell's function is determined by the proteins produced within it.

For example, some of them determine cell structure, while others control cell reactions, like enzymes.

DNA controls a cell by controlling the protein production.

In order to do this, it makes different proteins to give the cell the desired function.

To make different proteins, some genes have to be "disabled" or "turned off" so that the protein…

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