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Mobile genetic elements are sometimes called jumping genes, because they move from place to place throughout the genome. The exact mechanism by which they achieve this mobility depends on the genes contained within the mobile element.
 
  Which of the following mobile genetic elements carries both a transposase gene and a reverse transcriptase gene?
  (a) L1
  (b) B1
  (c) Alu
  (d) Tn3
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