What Is the End Product of Glycolysis?

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The end products of glycolysis are two molecules of pyruvic acid with the formation of a small amount of ATP. This is produced from a molecule of glucose.
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Answer Energy in the form of ATP (adenosine tri-phosphate). Glycolysis takes 1 mole of glucose and turns it into energy the body can use. in glycolysis enzymes convert glucose to
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Two pyruvic acid molecules are the end product of glycolysis per mono-
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the above answerers are correct! the net gain is 2 ATP+ 2 pyruvate molecules.... however, you cant forget the 2 NADH's....they yield 6 ATP in the ETS later! so... 2 pyruvate (pyruvic
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The product generated at the end of Glycolys are two pyruvic acid molecules. Keep studying! Have a nice one!
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