Disruption of the gradient of an inducer (i.e., an inductive signal) during an animal's development would NOT be expected to result in
a. altered pattern formation.
b. altered development along one of the body axes.
c. increased numbers of mutation in the animal's DNA.
d. abnormal gene regulation in some of the animal's cells.
e. missing body parts.
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