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A scientist working in which area of biology is MOST likely to study DNA? A. information and heredity B. cellular basis of life C. matter and energy D. interdependence in nature
C. matter and energy
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A scientist working in the information and heredity area of biology is MOST likely to study DNA.
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A scientist working in the information and heredity area of biology is ST likely to study DNA.
a) A. information and heredity
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harshkumar742, please don't post duplicate answers.
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yeah don't duplicate one answer is enough.
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