The protein's tertiary structure is the overall three-dimensional arrangement of its atoms. In contrast, quaternary structures are three-dimensional complexes of multiple protein subunits.
The tertiary structure of a protein is determined by:
A. The primary structure of a protein.
B. where it is produced in the cell.
C. the quaternary structure of the protein.
D. the number of amino acids it contains.
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