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Sam Bruno

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Plant hormones _____.

A) in plant cells naturally exist in very large amounts
B) change their shape in response to stimulus
C) are unable to move from one cell to another
D) affect only cells with the appropriate receptor

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Answer: D

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Bobby

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Great help.