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Q: Lamarck's mechanism of change can be called A. gradualism B. natural selection C. change through time D. inheritance of acquired characters
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User: Lamarck's mechanism of change can be called A. gradualism B. natural selection C. change through time D. inheritance of acquired characters

Weegy: c. change through time
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D. inheritance of acquired characters
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Lamarck's mechanism of change can be called D. inheritance of acquired characters
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d inheritance of acquired trait
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Lamarck's mechanism of change can be called D. inheritance of acquired characters
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