The Structure and Functions of Proteins
Proteins are made up of long chains of amino acids, just a chain of ami. tacids makes up the primary structure. The secondary structure is formed by hydrogen bonds joining the chains in certain places to make an alpha helix or a beta sheet. The tertiary structure is formed by even more folding and joining of the chains to make a globular mass or fibrous mass. An example of this would be a carrier protein.
Proteins are needed for many things they are needed in our diet for growth and repair of cells, enzymes and hormones in the body are used for the mateabolic rate. …
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