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Problem: The genes that control the formation of specific structures (appendages) in the appropriate body regions of a Drosophila are known asa. inducersb. morphogensc. filopodiad. Hox Genese. cytoplasmic determinants

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The genes that control the formation of specific structures (appendages) in the appropriate body regions of a Drosophila are known as

a. inducers

b. morphogens

c. filopodia

d. Hox Genes

e. cytoplasmic determinants

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