Explain the process of Glycolysis.
Cellular respiration is a catabolic biological process that provides energy in the form of ATP for an organism. The cellular respiration includes the biological pathways: Glycolysis, Krebs Cycle, and Electron Transport Chain. The starting pathway is the Glycolysis and it ends in the Electron Transport Chain where majority of the ATP molecules are produced.
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Glycolysis is a catabolic process specific to glucose that occurs in the cytoplasm. It catabolizes glucose to produce ATP, NADH, and pyruvate...
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Understand the process of glycolysis and learn the steps involved. Identify the products of glycolysis.