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Fever is helpful in fighting bacteria because A. disease-causing bacteria do not grow well at high temperatures. B. disease-causing bacteria do not grow well at low temperatures. C. higher
temperatures promote the activation of cellular proteins. D. lower temperatures promote the activation of cellular proteins.
A. disease-causing bacteria do not grow well at high temperatures
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