What is the "one gene-one polypeptide" hypothesis?
a. The idea that each gene dictates the production of a single polypeptide, which may make up part of an enzyme or another kind of protein.
... Each gene can produce only one poly peptide at a time although different ones can be made at different times.
c. Each polypeptide can produce one gene
d. Each gene can produce all of the polypeptides needed for a particular enzyme but they do it one polypeptide at a time.
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