1 glucose -> 2 pyruvate
simplified overall reaction of glycolysis
how many net ATP are formed from glycolysis?
how many net NADH molecules are formed in glycolysis
Reaction 1/10: Glucose to
Reaction 2/10: Glucose 6-phosphate to
Reaction 3/10: fructose 6-phosphate to
dihydroxyacetone phosphate and glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate
Reaction 4/10: fructose-1,6-phosphate to
Reaction 5/10: dihydroxyacetone to
Reaction 6/10: glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate to
Reaction 7/10: 1,3-bisphospho=glycerate to
Reaction 8/10: 3-phosphoglycerate to
Reaction 9/10: 2-phosphoglycerate to
reaction 10/10: phosphoenol-pyruvate to
formed in reaction 1
formed in reaction 2 (after isomerization)
formed in reaction 3 (last molecule before splitting)
formed in reaction 9 (last molecule before pyruvate)
formed in reaction 10 (last molecule)
glucose cannot leave cell after it enters because it is _______
where does glycolysis occur?
net reaction of glycolysis: how many ADP and reactants or products
net reaction of glycolysis: how many NAD+ and reactants or products
net reaction of glycolysis: how many ATP and reactants or products
net reaction of glycolysis: how many NADH and reactants or products
besides ADP and ATP, which coenzyme must be regenerated to allow glycolysis to proceed?
fate of pyruvate in aerobic conditions?
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