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A glucose molecule is energized by the addition of a high-energy phosphate from ATP, forming glucose-6-phosphate.
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Glycolysis
espiration if no oxygen is available or in aerobic respiration via the TCA cycle which yields much more usable energy for the cell. The following general outline of glycolysis follows the organization of Audesirk & Audesirk. <span>A glucose molecule is energized by the addition of a high-energy phosphate from ATP, forming glucose-6-phosphate. A rearrangement of the molecule forms fructose-6-phosphate. Using the available energy of a second ATP molecule, a second phosphate is added to the fructose. Th




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Glycolysis is a 10-step pathway which converts glucose to
Answer
2 pyruvate molecules

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Glycolysis
re involved in catalysis are very similar across all organisms. Secondly, glycolysis is one of the ancient metabolic pathways in living cells. Finally, glycolysis is the first pathway which was studied in detail.Glycolysis, an overall equation<span>Glycolysis is a 10-step pathway which converts glucose to 2 pyruvate molecules. The overall Glycolysis step can be written as a net equation:Glucose + 2xADP + 2xNAD+ -> 2xPyruvate + 2xATP + 2xNADHGlycolysis consists from two main phases. First phase, energy i







Glycolysis consists from two main phases. First phase, energy investment. During this step 2xATP are converted to 2xADP molecules. Second phase, energy generation. During this step 4xADP are converted to 2xATP molecules and 2xNAD+ are converted to 2xNADH molecules.

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Glycolysis
in detail.Glycolysis, an overall equationGlycolysis is a 10-step pathway which converts glucose to 2 pyruvate molecules. The overall Glycolysis step can be written as a net equation:Glucose + 2xADP + 2xNAD+ -> 2xPyruvate + 2xATP + 2xNADH<span>Glycolysis consists from two main phases. First phase, energy investment. During this step 2xATP are converted to 2xADP molecules. Second phase, energy generation. During this step 4xADP are converted to 2xATP molecules and 2xNAD+ are converted to 2xNADH molecules.Diagram of Glycolysis pathwayGlycolysis: Energy investment phaseGlycolysis step 1: Glucose phosphorylation catalysed by Hexokinase:α-D-Glucose + ATP -> α-D-Glucose-6-phosphate + ADP +