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If one rabbit has brown fur and the other one has black fur,what conclusion can you draw about the rabbits' genetic codes? a) The order of bases in the section of DNA codes for fur color in the brown rabbit cannot be read by the mRNA? b) The genetic code for the rabbit with black fur produces more protein than the rabbit with the brown fur? c) The genetic code for the black fur carries instructions of a different code of the rabbit with brown fur? d) The order of bases in the section of the DNA that codes for fur is the same for both rabbi

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    rabbits'

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    @Loser66 @charlotte123

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    c

  4. serenity4evs
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    Thanks!

  5. charlotte123
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    C - The genetic code for the black fur carries instructions of a different code of the rabbit with brown fur :)

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    Thanks!

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    No problem! Glad we could help!!!

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