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The infrastructures of buildings can be destroyed by _______. A. Dermatomycosis B. Yeast C. Systemic mycoses D. Mold
The infrastructures of buildings can be destroyed by MOLD.
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User: The infrastructures of buildings can be destroyed by _______. A. Dermatomycosis B. Yeast C. Systemic mycoses D. Mold

Weegy: The infrastructures of buildings can be destroyed by Answer C. Systemic mycoses
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