[Solved] What Is Meant by the "Tertiary Structure" of a Protein

Question 10
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Question 10

What is meant by the "tertiary structure" of a protein?

A)It refers to the peptide bonds that join the amino acids together in the protein chain.
B)It describes the unique sequence of amino acids in the protein chain.
C)It describes the regular, repeating structures found in the protein chain.
D)It describes the overall three dimensional shape of a protein.
E)It describes the association of two or more polypeptide chains to form one functioning protein unit.

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