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In principle, a eukaryotic cell can regulate gene expression at any step in the pathway from DNA to the active protein.

Place the following types of control in sequential order in this process of converting information from the gene to phenotype:

a. mRNA degradation control

b. protein activity control

c. RNA processing control

d. RNA transport and localization control

e. Transcriptional control

f. Translational control

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