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Feeder Pathways for Glycolysis


Many carbohydrates besides Glucose (or D-Glucose) meet their catabolic fate in Glycolysis, after being transformed into one of the Glycolytic intermediates. The most significant are the storage polysaccharides Glycogen and Starch; the disaccharides Maltose, Lactose, Trehalose and Sucrose; and the monosaccharides Fructose (or D-Fructose), Mannose (or D-Mannose) and Galactose (or D-Galactose) (Ref.1). Glycogen in animal tissues and in microorganisms; and Starch in plants, are mobilized for use within the same cell by a phosp...




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