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What will happen if embryos are disaggregated with chemicals or proteases, and the individual cells are mixed together in culture?

a. The cells will associate to form one or more normal embryos.
b. The cells will associate with one another.
c. The cells will re aggregate to form a normal embryo capable of continuing development.
d. The cells will often themselves so that like cells are together.

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