Biochemistry - Glycolysis - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Glycolysis - Section 1 (Q.No. 4)
The released energy obtained by oxidation of glucose is stored as
a concentration gradient across a membrane
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Mathusan said:   1 decade ago
ATP is the universal carrier of the energy so all the energy produced is stored in the form of ATP.

Abdulrasaq said:   9 years ago
The product of oxidation of glucose produces, heat and heat is stored in for of A.T.P.

Hansel said:   8 years ago
The energy is mostly stored in ATP.

Lina said:   6 years ago
But ATP immediately goes to a new reaction to support it with energy. I think ATP is stored like ADP. If it necessary it will create new molecule ATP.

Taima said:   4 years ago
NADH, H+b& ATP are both storage form of energy in glycolysis.

In the first payoff phase, NAD+ is converted to NADH, H+ and Glyceraldehyde-3P is phoshorylated to 1, 3-Bisphosphoglycerate. (Glyceraldehyde-3P dehydrogenase is responsible for this rxn).

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