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Cellular Respiration

Question:
In most cells, not all carbon compounds that participate in glycolysis & the citric acid cycle are converted to carbon dioxide by cellular respiration respiration. What happens to the carbon in these compounds that does not end up as CO2?
Answer:
The carbon compounds are removed from these processes to serve as building blocks for other complex molecules.
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Question: In most cells, not all carbon compounds that participate in glycolysis & the citric acid cycle are converted to carbon dioxide by cellular respiration respiration. What happens to the carbon in these compounds that does not end up as CO2?
Answer: The carbon compounds are removed from these processes to serve as building blocks for other complex molecules.