Biology I Chapter 22

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In the mid-1900s, the Soviet geneticist Lysenko believed that his winter wheat plants, exposed to ever-colder temperatures, would eventually give rise to ever more cold-tolerant winter wheat. Lysenko's attempts in this regard were most in agreement with the ideas of A) Cuvier.
B) Hutton.
C) Lamarck.
D) Darwin.
E) Plato.


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Biology I Chapter 22
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