Which of the following provides evidence that glycolysis evolved before the eukaryotic cell evolved?
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Evidence now supports the hypothesis that the first eukaryotic cell contained aerobic bacteria (mitochondria). The aerobic biochemical pathway found in mitochondria begins with the end product of glycolysis.
Glycolysis requires no oxygen; current evidence suggests that the original eukaryotic cell required oxygen (because it contained mitochondria). Geologic evidence supports the idea that the first cells on Earth existed long before oxygen levels began to build up.
In eukaryotic cells, most complex biochemical processes occur in or on membranous surfaces or organelles. Glycolysis takes place in the cytoplasm and its enzymes are not attached to membranous surfaces.
All of the above.
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