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_______ can attack the respiratory system in humans. A. Hallucinations B. Mold C. Systemic sporosis D. Yeast
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User: _______ can attack the respiratory system in humans. A. Hallucinations B. Mold C. Systemic sporosis D. Yeast

Weegy: B. Mold
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User: Mycota means _______. A. death B. destroyer C. fungus D. mildew

Weegy: Mycota means fungus. The answer is C.
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Asked 274 days ago|12/30/2013 10:33:41 PM
Updated 274 days ago|12/31/2013 11:46:48 AM
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B. Mold can attack the respiratory system in humans.
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jessrebueno, please cite your source to verify your answer. You can review the rules here
Added 274 days ago|12/30/2013 11:31:16 PM
MrG, jessrebueno did cite a source. Citation links are only visible to moderators.
Added 274 days ago|12/31/2013 7:30:50 AM
debnjerry, I am sorry, I forgot the new rules are only mods can see links now, although I think it help if everyone could see the links.
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