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What do biologists use to establish whether or not two organisms are of the same species? A. comparisons of DNA and proteins B. comparisons of appearance C. comparisons of structure D. all of the above
ALL OF THE ABOVE. Biologists use comparisons of DNA and proteins, comparisons of appearance and comparisons of structure to establish whether or not two organisms are of the same species.
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