Biology Chp. 3

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To what does the term polypeptide specifically refer?To what does the term polypeptide specifically refer?organic monomers covalently bondedamino acids linked by dehydration synthesisorganic molecules linked by dehydration synthesisamino acids linked by hydrolysis

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amino acids linked by dehydration synthesis

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