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Which best explains how Ivanovski’s work led to a change in the germ theory? He tried to promote his hypothesis as a law. He used a new experimental method to test his hypothesis. He used a more powerful bacterial strain than other scientists had. He obtained results that confirmed what other scientists were thinking.
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