What Happens during Glycolysis?

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Glycolysis is the process that converts glucose to pyruvate. This process occurs in the body after the food has been eaten.   It is a sequence of ten reactions that involve ten compounds. 
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D. this is the beginning of the process of the breakdown and release of energy from the glucose molecule.
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