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By analyzing the advanced olfactory apparatus of Pleistocene

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187.By analyzing the advanced olfactory apparatus of Pleistocene chordates, paleozoologists have discovered a link between the brain’s regions of scent discrimination and its regions of long-term memory storage, a link that could prove invaluable in the treatment of amnesia victims.
(A) paleozoologists have discovered a link between the brain’s regions of scent discrimination and its regions of long-term memory storage
(B) a link between the brain’s regions of scent discrimination and its regions of long-term memory storage has been discovered by paleozoologists
(C) there is a link that paleozoologists have discovered between the brain’s regions of scent discrimination and its regions of long-term memory storage
(D) the discovery of a link between the brain’s regions of scent discrimination and its regions of long-term memory storage was made by paleozoologists
(E) the brain’s regions of scent discrimination and long-term memory storage have a link that was discovered by paleozoologists
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Re: 1000 SC [#permalink]

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New post 05 Nov 2009, 06:28
agree A. same reasoning.

what is OA ?
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New post 05 Nov 2009, 10:34
Pretty simple, no choice other than A has the correct modifier.
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Thanks OA is "A"
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