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At the end of the Krebs cycle

At the end of the Krebs cycle - All told the Krebs cycle...

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At the end of the Krebs cycle, the final product is oxaloacetic acid.  This is identical to the oxaloacetic acid that begins the cycle.  Now the molecule is ready to accept another acetyl-CoA molecule to  begin another turn of the cycle.
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Unformatted text preview: All told, the Krebs cycle forms (per two molecules of pyruvic acid) two ATP molecules, ten NADH molecules, and two FADH 2 molecules. The NADH and the FADH 2 will be used in the electron transport system....
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