Figure 16-3. The glycolytic pathway by which glucose is degraded to pyruvic acid.

Figure 16-3The glycolytic pathway by which glucose is degraded to pyruvic acid

Reactions in which ATP and ADP are involved are highlighted in blue; the reaction involving NAD and NADH is highlighted in yellow. Note that all the intermediates between glucose and pyruvate are phosphorylated compounds.

From: Section 16.1, Oxidation of Glucose and Fatty Acids to CO2

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