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Q: Why is hnRNA required to undergo splicing?
A: Since hnRNA is non-functional, it undergoes splicing in order to remove introns.
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User: Why is hnRNA required to undergo splicing?

Weegy: Since hnRNA is non-functional, it undergoes splicing in order to remove introns.


User: Name the scientist who disproved spontaneous generation theory?

Weegy: Louis Pasteur is the scientist who disproved spontaneous generation theory.
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Updated 1/30/2016 6:59:36 PM
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