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The structural level of a protein least affected by a disruption in hydrogen bonding is the

A. primary level

B. secondary level

C. tertiary level

D. quaternary level

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Answer: A. Primary level.

The primary level is bonded by peptide bonds, which form polypeptide chains. The primary level of the protein shows the specific sequence followed by amino acids in both polypeptide and disulfide bonding location.

The primary level is the least affected by a disruption in the hydrogen bonding process because it is held together by peptide bonds and not hydrogen bonds like in the primary or secondary levels.

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