Problem: DNA's sugar-phosphate backbones are joined with:  a. Ionic bonds b. Hydrogen bonds c. Weak chemical bonds d. Covalent bonds

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DNA's sugar-phosphate backbones are joined with: 

a. Ionic bonds

b. Hydrogen bonds

c. Weak chemical bonds

d. Covalent bonds

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