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THE PROCESS OF GLYCOLYSIS IN YEAST AND IN HUMAN
The paper has discussed how the process of glycolysis in yeast and in human takes place until the end products are formed.
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THE PROCESS OF GLYCOLYSIS IN YEAST AND IN HUMAN Glycolysis is a series of reactions which converts glucose into pyruvate and produce small amounts of ATP (adenosine triphosphate). The ...
... end products from these external substrates are from other cellular processes for example, ATP is used in biosynthesis and growth while amino acids are for protein synthesis and nucleotides synthesizes nucleic acid.
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