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A. Glycolysis breaks down glucose to form the reactants of cellular respiration
B. Cellular respiration breaks down glucose to form the reactants of glycolysis
C. Cellular respiration is the reverse process of glycolysis
D. Cellular respiration uses the energy that glycolysis release
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A. Glycolysis transforms glucose into two pyruvates. The pyruvates produce acetyl-CoA's. The acetyl-CoA's produce FADH and NADH. They then release their electrons into the electron transport chain, and then eureka, you've got ATP. Oh, and don't forget, ATP is also being created throughout this process. Not just in the end.
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