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Glycolysis: takes place in the cytosol; first stage of glucose catabolism; series of reactions that lead to the oxidative breakdown of glucose into 2 molecules of pyruvate (ionized form of pyruvic acid); production of ATP, the reduction of NAD+ into NADH; mediated by specific enzymes

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Final lab, ex.4. Tryptophan degradation. If tryptophan is degraded, the byproducts indole, ammonia, and pyruvic acid will be produced. The red band indicates production of indole.

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[Interrelationship between manganese, vitamin B1 and the level of pyruvic acid].

Lactic acid fermentation. How organisms like lactobacillus convert pyruvic acid to lactic acid and oxidize NADH to NAD+ in the process.

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Overall process of glycolysis: glucose is formed into 2 molecules of pyruvic acid, 4 protons and 4 electrons; 2 electrons and 1 hydrogen ion combine with NAD+_ to form NADH, leaving behind two hydrogen ions (protons) + energy stored by making a net total of 2 ATP molecules; from here, the cell has to do something with the pyruvic acid and NADH formed: either fermentation or cellular respiration (process whereby sugar is burned for fuel)

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Annotated equations for both muscle conversion of pyruvic acid to lactic acid and yeast converion of pyruvic acid to ethanol. [67030.jpg]

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