Chapter 8

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Which of the following statements is true concerning catabolic pathways?

A) They combine molecules into more energy-rich molecules.

B) They are usually coupled with anabolic pathways to which they supplyenergy in the form ofATP.

C) They are endergonic.

D) They are spontaneous and do not need enzyme catalysis.

E) They build up complex molecules such as protein from simpler compounds.

Answer:

B) They are usually coupled with anabolic pathways to which they supplyenergy in the form ofATP.



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