fill-in-the-blanks/second stage of aerobic pathway

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fill-in-the-blanks/second stage of aerobic pathway

Post by cheer4life90 » Mon Nov 21, 2005 1:11 am

If sufficient oxygen is present, the end product of glycolysis enters a preparatory step, (1) formation. THis step converts pyruvate into acetyl CoA, the molecule that enters the (2) cycle, which is followed by (3) phosphorylation. During these three processes, (4) (number) additional (5) molecules are generated. In the preparatory conversions prior to the Krebs cycle and whithin the Krebs cycle, the food molecule fragments are further broken down into (6). During these reactions, hydrogen atoms (with their (7)) are stripped from the fragments and transferred to the energy carriers (8 ) and (9).

I found the answers to some of them and i think that they are right but im not sure so if u believe that they are wrong let me know...
1)
2)Krebs
3)substrate-level
4)
5)
6) carbon dioxide
7)
8)NAD+
9)FAD

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Post by Morris » Tue Nov 22, 2005 6:07 pm

In the first step Acetil CoA is produced and a NADH molecule is formed., by piruvate dehydrogenase complex.
2)OK
3)?
4)2
5)NADH
6) Co2 OK
7)electrons.

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