Problem: How are the monomers in proteins joined?  a. Phosphodiester bonds between amino acids b. Peptide bonds between amino acids c. Peptide bonds between nucleotides d. Phosphodiester bonds between nucleotides e. Peptide bonds between carbohydrates

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How are the monomers in proteins joined? 

a. Phosphodiester bonds between amino acids

b. Peptide bonds between amino acids

c. Peptide bonds between nucleotides

d. Phosphodiester bonds between nucleotides

e. Peptide bonds between carbohydrates

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