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In the complete oxidation of glucose, six CO2 molecules are formed per glucose molecule. The number of CO2 molecules
released by glycolysis is ,
by pyruvate oxidation is
and by the citric acid cycle is
zero; zero; six
zero; two; four
one; one; four
one; two; three
two; two; two
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In the complete oxidation of glucose, six CO2 molecules are formed per glucose molecule. The number of CO2 molecules released by glycolysis is , by pyruvate oxidation is and by the citric acid cycle is zero; zero; six zero; two; four one; one; four one; two; three two; two; two

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