Which describes how proteins are used in mating by Japanese beetles? A. Male and female beetles combine proteins to form offspring. B. Proteins allow beetles to produce more ribosomes. C. Males use a protein to detect pheromones sent by females. D. Lipids are stored in proteins and used for reproduction.

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Which describes how proteins are used in mating by Japanese beetles? A. Male and female beetles combine proteins to form offspring. B. Proteins allow beetles to produce more ribosomes. C. Males use a protein to detect pheromones sent by females. D. Lipids are stored in proteins and used for reproduction.

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I think it's C? Either that or D but I don't really think it's lipids being stored in proteins
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