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A new study suggests that different species of mice have different burrow designs: a lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow due to its genes that carry various DNA combinations of burrow creation.

A) lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow due to its genes that carry
B) lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow because of its genes carrying
C) mouse raised in the lab builds a species-specific burrow so that its genes carry
D) mouse raised in the lab builds a species-specific burrow as its genes can carry
E) lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow because of their genes carrying

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A new study suggests that different species of mice have different burrow designs: a lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow due to its genes that carry various DNA combinations of burrow creation.


A)lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow due to its genes that carry


B)lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow because of its genes carrying


C)mouse raised in the lab builds a species-specific burrow so that its genes carry


D)mouse raised in the lab builds a species-specific burrow as its genes can carry


E)lab-raised mouse can also build a species-specific burrow because of their genes carrying

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Finding the use of DUE TO incorrect in A.
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Re: A new study suggests that different species of mice have different [#permalink]

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I think D should be the answer since 'mouse raised in lab' >> 'lab raised mouse'
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