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How are proteins distinguished from each other? a. by the amounts of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen they contain b. by the kinds of fatty acids they contain c. by the kinds of bonds that join their monomers d. by the order of the amino acids that form them?

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Tara Andrews on January 27, 2019

The option "d" is correct. Proteins are known as the most complex of structural molecules. The constituent proteins consist of almost 20 different types of amino acids. Each Protein has a unique structure and the sequence of amino acids. This sequence of amino acids that form a long chain, and each amino acid is connected with the other by a covalent bond known as a peptide bond.

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