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Caption: Glycolysis- a glucose molecule is broken down into 2 pyruvic acid molecules during cellular respiration. Cellular respiration takes place in stages, the first of which does not require oxygen and is known as glycolysis, which literally means the breaking or splitting of glucose. Whether in aerobic or anaerobic organisms, glycolysis is a series of enzyme-catalysed reactions that break down the six-carbon glucose molecule into two three-carbon pyruvic acid molecules.

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Keywords: carbon, cellular respiration, enzyme, glucose, glycolysis, molecule, pyruvic acid, reaction

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Cellular respiration and Glycolysis

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