Problem: Chitin, a modified form of cellulose, is not only cross-linked with proteins but also its glucose units are modified with atoms of a. nitrogen b. hydrogen c. oxygen d. sulfur e. phosphorous

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Chitin, a modified form of cellulose, is not only cross-linked with proteins but also its glucose units are modified with atoms of

a. nitrogen

b. hydrogen

c. oxygen

d. sulfur

e. phosphorous

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