1. Step 1
    A 6 carbon molecule glucose enters glycolysis
  2. Step 2
    ADP with an enzyme react with glucose the high energy phosphate is released to produce Glucose 6-phosphate
  3. Step 3
    An enzyme reacts with glucose 6-phosphate to produce Fructose 6-phosphate
  4. Step 4
    ATP and an enzyme react with Fructose 6-phosphate releasing its high energy phosphate to produce Fructose 1,6-diohosphate
  5. Step 5
    • An enzyme reacts with Fructose 1,6-diphosphate to cleve it into 2 molecules of Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate
    • Everything from here happens twice because we now have 2 molecules
  6. Step 6
    An enzyme, NAD+ and organic phosphate react with Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate, NAD+ picks up H+h+ and electrons to create NADH+H+, organic phosphate binds and creates Diphosphoglyceric Acid a 3 carbon with phosphate on 1,3
  7. Step 7
    ADP and an enzyme removing a phosphate to create ATP and 3-phosphoplyceric acid
  8. Step 8
    An enzyme comes in and moves the phosphate from carbon 3 o carbon 2 to create 2-phosphoglyceric acid
  9. Step 9
    Water and a enzyme enter to create Phosphoenolpyruvic Acid
  10. Step 10
    • ADP and an enzyme enter to remove the final phosphate creating ATP and the final product of Pyruvic Acid
    • This this point we have 2 molecules of pyruvic acid per glucose molecule
  11. Intermediate Step
    • NAD+ and Coenzyme-A react with Pyruvic Acid removing H+H+ and a CO2 to produce NADH+H+ and Acetyl CoA a 2 carbon molecule.
    • And now is ready to enter Kreb's Crycle
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Lecture test 2 Glycolysis 10 step process