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The first stage of cellular respiration, glycolysis, results in two pyruvate molecules. Those pyruvate molecules are then used in what stage of cellular respiration? (1 point) A.Active transport B.Phosphorylation C.The electron transport chain D.The Krebs cycle

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I have no idea how to answer this question! some1 explain before telling me the answer! @aaronq or anyone
this you just have to know, theres no way to figure it out. map out cellular respiration detailing the products of each process, this will help you a ton! trust me
ok do you want me to tell you what I think it is @aaronq ?

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I think its C. if not then D. if i'm wrong tell me if iI'm right on 1 of them tell me I'm going in the right direction
right direction
ok then it's D. right
well technically it should be pyruvate processing, which turns pyruvate into Acetyl CoA, then Krebs cycle.. but thats not even an option
oh ok im just going with D. since they don't have that
yeah, that would be the most correct answer.. although it is ultimately wrong lol
lol thanks for your help
no problem at al

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