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Problem: The peptidoglycan of the bacterial cell wall contains a carbohydrate matrix linked together by short chains ofa. amino acidsb. fatty acidsc. nucleotidesd. water moleculese. steroids

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The peptidoglycan of the bacterial cell wall contains a carbohydrate matrix linked together by short chains of

a. amino acids

b. fatty acids

c. nucleotides

d. water molecules

e. steroids

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