Which of the following pairs accurately connects a macromolecule to its monomer? A. Proteins–nitrogenous bases B. Lipids–phosphate groups C. Nucleic acids–nucleotides D. Carbohydrates–amino acids
Nucleic acids-nucleotides is a pairs accurately connects a macromolecule to its monomer.
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