Answer to Question #98526 in Cell Biology for Abhishek

Question #98526
WITH THE HELP OF A SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM , GIVE AN ACCOUNT OF GLYCOLYSIS . WHAT HAPPENS TO PYRUVATE UNDER ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS ?
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2019-11-18T13:20:05-0500


Overall, glycolysis converts one six-carbon molecule of glucose into two three-carbon molecules of pyruvate. The net products of this process are two molecules of ATP (4 ATP produced - 2 ATP used up) and two molecules of NADH.


If oxygen is available, the pyruvate can be broken down (oxidized) all the way to carbon dioxide in cellular respiration, making many molecules of ATP.



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