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The structure of the Drosophila gene called Tinman is similar to a gene in humans that also
A) promotes ear development.
B) specifies the location of the heart.
C) determines structures in the eyes.
D) specifies limb elongation points.
E) filters lymphatic fluid.



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Marked as best answer by Celeste on Jul 3, 2019

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Reply 2 on: Oct 2, 2013
Great answer, keep it coming :)


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Reply 3 on: Yesterday
YES! Correct, THANKS for helping me on my review

 

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