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Francesco Redi performed an experiment in 1668. In the experiment he placed rotting meat in two jars. The first jar was left open. After a few days, fly larvae was found on the decaying meat inside. the mouth of the second jar was covered with gauze. After a few days, the decaying meat inside was free larvae, but larvae were found on the gauze. This experiment supports the hypothesis that- A. fly larvae only comes from adult flies B. fly larvae prefer fresh meat C. adult flies are not attracted to decaying meat d. decaying meat produces fly larvae

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  1. anonymous
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    Thank you so much amirreza

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    this experiment rejected decaying meat produces fly larvae and it proved that ..

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    so what is the answer is it A?

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    yes.

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    k thanks

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    appreciate your help

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