• anonymous
The agricultural research facility wanted to create stronger plants. What kind of mutation can plants benefit from? A. Loss of all or part of a chromosome B. Add an extra set of chromosomes C. Reverse the directions of parts of chromosomes
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  • anonymous
Well, hmm. Depending on what the scientists are trying to do, any of these things could make stronger plants. If they want stronger cellular support, they would change around the order. If they want stronger immunity, they should add specialized chromosomes from a healthier specimen...Sorry, your question doesn't have enough information.

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