Cellular Metabolism Steps - Glycolysis Step 1 ATP enters...

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Glycolysis Step 1: ATP enters into cycle, the phosphate lost from ATP will be transferred to position 6 of the carbon of the glucose (glucose 6 phosphate). *since it’s transferring the enzyme in spot 1 is transferase or kinase enzyme. Step 2: Rearrangement of of glucose 6 phosphate—fructose 6 phosphate. ** Isomerase enzyme is being used Step 3: Another ATP is used, so the phosphate group that was lost from the ATP is transferred to position 1 of the fructose 6 phosphate (fructose 1,6-diphosphate). **transfer of the phosphate group, transferase or kinase . Step 4: Breakdown of fructose 1,6-diphosphate into dihydroxyacetone phosphate (DHAP) and glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate (GP). **breakdown lyase . Step 5: GP will continue process, while DHAP can’t because the phosphate is in the wrong position. So enzyme isomerase will come in and rearrange the DHAP, moving the phosphate group to position 3 (GP). **Though picture only shows 1 arrow, everything is doubled because of this step. Step 6: G3P is oxidized and loses an electron and that electron will be accepted by the coenzyme NAD and will reduce to NADH (though not shown, it is +H and is doubled). **enzyme is oxidoreductase because oxidation reduction is taking place. Step 7: At the same time an inorganic phosphate will enter from cytoplasm because we need energy. When it enters, it will create a high energy bond at position 1. This
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