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hw4_key - KEY 4tota urin gglycolysis(2molecu les areconsu...

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KEY 4 total ATP molecules are formed during glycolysis. (2 molecules are consumed during glycolysis giving a net total of 2 ATP from this process.) Phosphoglycerate kinase (PGK) and pyruvate kinase (PK). Ribose (or deoxyribose) Glucose Transferase Lyase Glycogen Hexokinase B
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B C Aldolase The ABO naming system for blood types reflects the nature of the carbohydrates found on the surface of red blood cells (RBCs ) and other human cells. The surface markers that indicate the blood type involve oligosaccharides attached to sphinoglipids and proteins on these cells. The blood type groups A, B and O are distinguished from each other by the terminal sugars on this oligosaccharide chain. All 3 blood groups have oligosaccharide chains with a terminal fucose. The differences between the 3 types (A, B and O) are defined below:
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