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What is true of all body cells except sex cells?
A) Each cell type carries chromosomes and genes that identify it as that specific type of cell. For example, skin cells have different chromosomes and genes than muscle cells.
B) Each body cell contains the same number and kinds of chromosome for that organism. The chromosomes contain the same number and kinds of genes for that individual.
C) While each cell in the body contains the same number of chromosomes, each cell type has different genes along those chromosomes.
D) While each cell type in the body contains the same kinds of genes, they are ofganized on different chromosomes depending on the cell type.

I think the answer is b!

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  1. b is correct.

  2. I just took the test... it is B :D

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    posted by Heaven
  3. If I am not mistaken, the answer is:
    B) Each body cell contains the same number and kinds of chromosome for that organism. The chromosomes contain the same number and kinds of genes for that individual.

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  4. THE ANSWER IS B

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    posted by KEHINDE

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