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Caption: Pyruvic acid enters the mitochondria of a cell and is converted into Coenzyme A, CoA. If enough oxygen is available and aerobic respiration can proceed, the pyruvic acid molecules made during glycolysis enter the mitochondria, sometimes referred to as the power plants or engines of cells. Here, each molecule is converted into a molecule of acetyl coenzyme a, or acetyl co-a.

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Keywords: acetyl coenzyme, biology, cell, coa, coenzyme a, glycolysis, mitochondria, molecules, pyruvic acid

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Pyruvic acid converted to CoA

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