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2. Study the amino acid sequences of the same protein taken from four different species of plants. Which pair of plants is most closely related?
Species 1: -A-P-A-C-W-
Species 2: -G-P-G-S-F-
Species 3: -A-P-A-C-F-
Species 4: -N-K-M-H-H-
A. Species 2 and 4
B. Species 1 and 3
C. Species 3 and 4
D. Species 1 and 2
I think either B or D

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  1. It's is b.

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  2. 1. C
    2. B
    3. A
    4. B
    5. D
    6. D
    7. C
    8. D
    9. D
    10. B

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    posted by Hal
  3. Hal is right 100% thank you!

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  4. hals right

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  5. 1. c
    2. a
    3. d
    4. a
    5. c
    6.c
    7. b
    8. c
    9. c
    10. a

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  6. hal's is 100% right not sciencewhiz

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  7. Thank you guys!!! I know im correct!!

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    posted by Hal
  8. Yep. Hal is correct 👍

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  9. Hal is 100% right!! Thank you so much <3

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  10. Hal is right, Thank you!!

  11. guys the test IM taking only has six questions... lesson 4: fossil record for Connections academy....

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  12. ^-^ did you ever find the answers

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  13. Hal is right got 10/10

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  14. 1. C
    2. B
    3. A
    4. B
    5. D
    6. D
    7. C
    8. D
    9. D
    10. B

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