Which statements explain the primary difference between the structure of a nucleic acid and the structure of a protein? O A nucleic acid has alternating base pairs. A protein has alternating peptides O Nitrogen bases form the backbone of a nucleic acid. Peptides form the backbone of a protein O Nucleotides link together to form a nucleic acid. Amino acids link together to form a protein O A nucleic acid is held together by the sugar-phosphate complex. A protein is held together by the carbon-carbon bonds

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Which statements explain the primary difference between the structure of a nucleic acid and the structure of a
protein?
O A nucleic acid has alternating base pairs. A protein has alternating peptides
O Nitrogen bases form the backbone of a nucleic acid. Peptides form the backbone of a protein
O Nucleotides link together to form a nucleic acid. Amino acids link together to form a protein
O A nucleic acid is held together by the sugar-phosphate complex. A protein is held together by the carbon-carbon bonds
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Which statements explain the primary difference between the structure of a nucleic acid and the structure of a protein? O A nucleic acid has alternating base pairs. A protein has alternating peptides O Nitrogen bases form the backbone of a nucleic acid. Peptides form the backbone of a protein O Nucleotides link together to form a nucleic acid. Amino acids link together to form a protein O A nucleic acid is held together by the sugar-phosphate complex. A protein is held together by the carbon-carbon bonds

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