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Glycolytic intermediates such as pyruvate and 3-phosphoglycerate can be converted into amino acids and other metabolites. This means that, like the...

Glycolytic intermediates such as pyruvate and 3-phosphoglycerate can be
converted into amino acids and other metabolites. This means that, like the citric-acid
cycle, glycolysis is:
a. Anabolic
b. Catabolic
c. Anaplerotic
d. Quixotic
e. Amphibolic

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Glycolytic intermediates such as pyruvate and 3-phosphoglycerate can be
converted into amino acids and other metabolites. This means that, like the citric-acid
cycle, glycolysis is:
a. Anabolic b....

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