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When the technique known as gene-splicing was invented in [#permalink] New post 27 Jun 2007, 23:19
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924. When the technique known as gene-splicing was invented in the early 1970’s, it was feared that scientists might inadvertently create an “Andromeda strain,” a microbe never before seen on Earth that might escape from the laboratory and it would kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it.
(A) it would kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it
(B) it might kill vast numbers of humans with no natural defenses against it
(C) kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it
(D) kill vast numbers of humans who have no natural defenses against them
(E) kill vast numbers of humans with no natural defenses against them
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Re: SC1000 #924 Andromeda strain [#permalink] New post 27 Jun 2007, 23:57
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924. When the technique known as gene-splicing was invented in the early 1970’s, it was feared that scientists might inadvertently create an “Andromeda strain,” a microbe never before seen on Earth that might escape from the laboratory and it would kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it.
(A) it would kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it
(B) it might kill vast numbers of humans with no natural defenses against it
(C) kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it
(D) kill vast numbers of humans who have no natural defenses against them
(E) kill vast numbers of humans with no natural defenses against them


I pick D.
A,B out. (parallelism)
C,E means (as much as I understand) 'no humans have any natural defence against it', which I think is not the intended meaning.

D is the best.
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Re: SC1000 #924 Andromeda strain [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2007, 00:04
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924. When the technique known as gene-splicing was invented in the early 1970’s, it was feared that scientists might inadvertently create an “Andromeda strain,” a microbe never before seen on Earth that might escape from the laboratory and it would kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it.
(A) it would kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it
(B) it might kill vast numbers of humans with no natural defenses against it
(C) kill vast numbers of humans who would have no natural defenses against it
(D) kill vast numbers of humans who have no natural defenses against them
(E) kill vast numbers of humans with no natural defenses against them


D,E - out 'them' doesn't refer back to 'a microbe'

A,B,C

B - 'with no' - changes the meaning - out
A,C - tough one to choose

Going with A

C - 'kill' doesn't sound right in this sentense.
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2007, 02:01
Stuck between A and C , I would go for C.

A ==> a microbe that might escape and it would kill (does not sound good)
C ==> a microbe that might escape and kill
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 [#permalink] New post 28 Jun 2007, 02:02
Chose A.
In C:
scientists might inadvertently create an “Andromeda strain,” ...and kill vast vast numbers of ....
doesn't sounds right. It's not scientists who are going to kill but microbe..
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