If an important cytoplasmic determinant were missing from an animal zygote, what would you expect to happen as the zygote developed into a multicellular organism?
a. The animal would lack certain amino acids.
b. The animal would lack ribosomes.
c. DNA polymerase would be unable to replicate the animal's genome.
d. The animal would develop normally.
e. One of the animal's major body axes would fail to develop normally.
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