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37. A genetically-induced lack of an enzyme that is a cause of a type of mental retardation describes

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A genetically-induced lack of an enzyme that is a cause of a type of mental retardation describes

  1. microcephaly.
  2. cretinism.
  3. hydrocephaly.
  4. phenylketonuria.

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4. Phenylketonuria

 
Posted : 03/12/2021 9:39 am
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