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

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How are the monomers in nucleic acids joined? 

a. Peptide bonds between carbohydrates

b. Peptide bonds between amino acids

c. Phosphodiester bonds between amino acids

d. Peptide bonds between nucleotides

e. Phosphodiester bonds between nucleotides

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