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In laboratory rats, a low dose of aspirin usually suffices to block production of thromboxane, which is a substance that promotes blood clotting, but not seriously interfering with the production of prostacyclin, which prevents clotting.

(A) which is a substance that promotes blood clotting, but not seriously interfering
(B) a substance that promotes blood clotting, but not seriously interfering
(C) a substance that promotes blood clotting, but does not seriously interfere
(D) which is a substance to promote blood clotting, but does not seriously interfere
(E) which is a substance that promotes blood clotting, but not a serious interference


Why option D is incorrect? somebody please help.
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Now, Original sentence says that thromobroxane is a substance that promotos blood clotting < Basically a general fact about it> but D says that thromobroxane is a substance whose puspose is to promote the blood clotting.

I believe now you can see that D is not what original sentence is trying to communicate.

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Now, Original sentence says that thromobroxane is a substance that promotos blood clotting < Basically a general fact about it> but D says that thromobroxane is a substance whose puspose is to promote the blood clotting.

I believe now you can see that D is not what original sentence is trying to communicate.

Hope it helps you.
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