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The team studying genes responsible for taste receptors in mammals

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The team studying genes responsible for taste receptors in mammals discovered that all three species of vampire bats, as bottlenose dolphins, have an extremely reduced ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, resulting from the garbled sequences of some specific genes.
A) that all three species of vampire bats, as bottlenose dolphins, have an extremely reduced ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, resulting from the garbled
B) all three species of vampire bats, like bottlenose dolphins, that have an extremely reduced ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, which are the result of the garbled
C) that all three species of vampire bats, as bottlenose dolphins, have the ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, which have reduced extremely as a result of the garbling of
D) all three species of vampire bats, like bottlenose dolphins, that have the ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, which have reduced extremely, resulting from the garbling of
E) that all three species of vampire bats, like bottlenose dolphins, have an extremely reduced ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, as a result of the garbled

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Re: The team studying genes responsible for taste receptors in mammals  [#permalink]

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A) that all three species of vampire bats, as bottlenose dolphins, have an extremely reduced ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, resulting from the garbled - Usage of as is incorrect

B) all three species of vampire bats, like bottlenose dolphins, that have an extremely reduced ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, which are the result of the garbled - Not a sentence

C) that all three species of vampire bats, as bottlenose dolphins, have the ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, which have reduced extremely as a result of the garbling of - Usage of which is incorrect

D) all three species of vampire bats, like bottlenose dolphins, that have the ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, which have reduced extremely, resulting from the garbling of - Not a sentence

E) that all three species of vampire bats, like bottlenose dolphins, have an extremely reduced ability to taste bitterness and sweetness, as a result of the garbled - Correct.

Answer: E

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