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(LO 2.8) Along the backbone of a polymer of DNA the deoxyribonucleic acid
monomers are connected by
covalent bonds
bonds between nitrogenous bases and sugars.
peptide bonds.
hydrogen bonds
bonds between nitrogenous bases and phosphate groups.
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(LO 2.8) Along the backbone of a polymer of DNA the deoxyribonucleic acid monomers are connected by covalent bonds bonds between nitrogenous bases and sugars. peptide bonds. hydrogen bonds bonds between nitrogenous bases and phosphate groups.

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Along the backbone of a polymer of DNA the deoxyribonucleic acid monomers are connected by covalent bonds. They are joined to one another by covalent bonds between the phosphate of one monomer and the ...

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