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All living things reproduce using ________.

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    Well, here you have to be aware that there is a trick here: Are Viruses living things or not? I would do with your teacher on this, and not argue about it. The answer to your question depends on if one considers a virus a living thing. Some say no, others say yes because it can reproduce in another cell. The no folks say that because a virus has no cell machinery of itself to reproduce.
    I don't have any advice to give you.

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