What does the overall shape and folding of a protein relate to its function?
The folding and shape determine whether the protein can provide the necessary energy the cell needs to function.
The folding and shape play a important role in how many different atoms carbon can bond with.
The folding and shape determine the role the protein plays in maintaining homeostasis.
The folding and shape have nothing to do with how a protein functions.
The bond that joins two amino acids together