anonymous
  • anonymous
Why is DNA called the blueprint for life? A. It has the code to make carbohydrates. B. It stands for Director of New Activities. C. It has directions for making membranes. D. It contains the genetic material for living things on earth.
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BioEpic
  • BioEpic
D
anonymous
  • anonymous
d thanks
BioEpic
  • BioEpic
Yup

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PandaGurl
  • PandaGurl
The DNA contains the genetic material that is also known as The Instructions for Life. Without DNA, a cell would not be able to survive. So in other words, D is correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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uhh sure
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