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The Krebs cycle is the cyclical series of reaction in the cellular respiration that produces NADPH, carbon dioxide, and FADH₂....

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2014-08-30T19:43:19+08:00
The Krebs Cycle is the central metabolic pathway in all aerobic organisms. The cycle is a series of eight reactions that occur in the mitochondrion.  These reactions take a two carbon molecule (acetate) and completely oxidize it to carbon dioxide
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