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a sea urchin egg is injected with an mRNA encoding the cadherin protein fragment described above and an mRNA encoding the Pmar1 transcription factor. The embryo is allowed to develop.

The micromeres from his embryo are removed and transferred to the animal pole of 8 cell host embryo that is then allowed to develop. What happens and why
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