A Comparison of the Numbers of Oxidative Decaboxylation Reactions within Two TCA Complete Cycles
An oxidative decarboxylation (or oxydative) chemical reaction involves the removal or simultaneous oxidation of a molecular carboxyl group. This is an essential reaction in the TCA cycle (tricarboxylic acids), also known as Krebs cycle. It is the main metabolic pathway that allows for aerobic respiration. Two complete TCA cycles are made up of eight oxidative degradation reactions. TCA cycles consist of four main reactions: the conversion of citrate into oxaloacetate; the decarboxylation oxaloacetate in order to make phosphoenolpyruvate; the decarboxylation pyruvate in order to create acetyl–CoA and the oxidation isocitrate so that it forms a-ketoglutarate. The decarboxylation and formation of succinyl from succinyl CoA, succinate, succinyl coA, fumarate, succinyl, succinyl, and malate are the fourth four reactions (Kopec 2017). The TCA cycle includes eight cycles of oxidative degradation. Cont….
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