Glycolysis

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This Demonstration outlines a simplified description of glycolysis, a sequence of reactions in which glucose is transformed into pyruvate. The process is split under two tabs, showing where high-energy compounds are invested in the process and where they are created. At step 7, the Demonstration automatically switches to the energy payoff tab, detailing what happens to the G3P. When you move the slider while in the legend tab, the Demonstration will switch to the new step and show the corresponding tab.

Contributed by: Raymond Wang (February 2017)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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This was a project for Advanced Topics in Mathematics II, fall 2016, Torrey Pines High School, San Diego, CA.

The original diagram and information came from [1].

Reference

[1] The Pennsylvania State University. "Glycolysis." (Feb 3, 2017) online.science.psu.edu/biol011_sandbox_ 7239/node/7345.



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