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    backbone of a polynucleotide chain

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    The two molecules that alternate to form the backbone of a polynucleotide chain are:

    a. adenine and thymine
    b. cytosine and guanine
    c. sugar and phosphate
    d. base and sugar
    e. base and phosphate

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