a) Peptide bonds are formed by hydrolysis. → FALSE
Peptide bonds are formed via condensation reactions, with water being removed.
b) Peptide bonds join the amine group on one amino acid with the R group of another amino acid. → FALSE
Peptide bonds connect the amine group of one amino acid and the carboxylic acid group of another amino acid.
Which of the following is true of protein structure?
a) Peptide bonds are formed by hydrolysis.
b) Peptide bonds join the amine group on one amino acid with the R group of another amino acid.
c) Secondary protein structures are caused by hydrogen bonding between adjacent amine and carboxyl groups.
d) Tertiary protein structure emerges when there is more than one peptide chain in a protein.
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