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A scientist is trying to discover a new treatment to stop cancer cells from dividing. In the cancer cells, which of these processes will stop if the treatment is successful?

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  1. You did not list the two processes.

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    posted by drwls
  2. Oh Oh! If you were trying to "cut and paste" it doesn't work here. You will need to type out those processes.

    Sra

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  3. Could it be mitosis?

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    posted by Anonymous
  4. Yes, it could be that

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