Chapter 5

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Polysaccharides, lipids, and proteins are similar in that they

A) are synthesized from monomers by the process of hydrolysis.

B) are synthesized from monomers by dehydration reactions.

C) are synthesized as a result of peptide bond formation between monomers.

D) are decomposed into their subunits by dehydration reactions.

E) all contain nitrogen in their monomer building blocks.

Answer:

B) are synthesized from monomers by dehydration reactions.



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