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Pyruvic

Definition

adjective

Of, or pertaining to, pyruvic acid or its derivatives.


Supplement

Word origin: PYR(O)– + Latin ūva, grape (from its being produced by the dry distillation of racemic acid, originally derived from grapes) + –IC.

Related phrases: pyruvic acid, pyruvic aldehyde.


See also: pyruvate.


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Re: Hard time with homework question

... Correct. 4. co2/ h2co3??? No. It specifies 3 carbon which indicates the end product of glycolysis which is pyruvate whose acid form is pyruvic acid. Its not lactic acid which can be made from pyruvic acid because there is not high levels of NADH which would push the conversion of pyruvic ...

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by daniel.kurz
Mon Nov 21, 2011 8:22 pm
 
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Hard time with homework question

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Mon Nov 21, 2011 7:25 pm
 
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Cellular respiration questions..

... Cycle high energy electrons can be used to generate huge amounts of ATP?i'm kind of confused...and also the book I have says ″One carbon atom from pyruvic acid becomes part of a molecule of carbon dioxide″isn't that molecule Oxygen then forming carbon dioxide?Also, before Acetyl has the 2 carbon ...

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by molecool
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Re: Cellular respiration

... the electro transport chain and chemiosmosis use the energy in NADH and FADH2 to produce up to 34 ATP. c. energy is transferred from glucose and pyruvic acid to NADH and FADH2 d. Both (b.) and (c.) I am between answers (b.) and (d.) Please help and explain

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by tennisangel
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