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The pattern of embryonic development in which only the cells lacking yolk subseq
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The pattern of embryonic development in which only the cells lacking yolk subsequently undergo cleavage is called     

A) holoblastic development, which is typical of amphibians.
B) arcadian development, which is typical of insects.
C) meroblastic development, which is typical of birds.
D) holoblastic development, which is typical of marsupial mammals.
E) meroblastic development, which is typical of humans.

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