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16. What is the function of a nematocyst? A. Digestion B. Locomotion C. Sensory perception D. Prey capture
The function of a nematocyst is PREY CAPTURE.
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Crossing-over involves the exchange of genetic information between homologues.
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13. _______ have the potential to develop and specialize into any cell type, which means they're A. embryonic stem cells; multipotent. B. adult stem cells; totipotent. C. embryonic stem cells; totipotent. D. adult stem cells; multipotent.
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Embryonic stem cells have the potential to develop and specialize into any cell type, which means they are totipotent.
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