Glycolysis
During catabolism, only about 40% of the energy available from oxidizing glucose is used to synthesize ATP. Remaining 60%

is lost as heat
is used to reduce NADP
is stored as fat.
remains in the products of metabolism

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Glycolysis
Why does the glycolytic pathway continue in the direction of glucose catabolism?

High levels of ATP keep the pathway going in a forward direction
The enzymes of glycolysis only function in one direction
There are essentially three irreversible reactions that act as the driving force for the pathway
Glycolysis occurs in either direction

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Glycolysis
In glycolysis, ATP is formed by the transfer of a high-energy phosphate from 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate to ADR No such high-energy phosphate donor has ever been isolated in mitochondria because

the techniques for isolating the phosphate donor are not refined enough
None of these
the high-energy phosphate donor is very short-lived and difficult to isolate
no such phosphate donor exists

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