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What are the 4 characteristic of all chordate animals. What is the only one that is found in the adult human although we have all 4 during our embryonic development.
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Which of the following scientist(s) used viruses to show that it was DNA and not a protein which directed the actions of cells and viruses? User: The step which brings all the translation elements together is referred to as:
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