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By aerobic respiration of 1molecule of PGAL how many ATP get synthesis

By aerobic respiration of 1molecule of PGAL how many ATP get synthesis
 

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Arun
25758 Points
3 years ago
One molecule of glucose breaks down into two molecules of PGAL. Therefore, three molecules of glucose would yield six molecules of PGAL. If one molecule of glucose yields 38 ATPs (under aerobic conditions), then three molecules of it would yield ​114 ATPs.
Arun
25758 Points
3 years ago
One G3P will produce 2 ATP in glycolysis. One glucose molecule will produce 2 G3P, which will produce 2 ATP each for a total of 4 ATP per glucose.
Nandita
13 Points
one year ago
One molecule of glucose yields 2 molecules of g3p. Here 38 ATPs are produced.
Therefore for 1 molecule of g3p, ATPs produced=38/2=19 ATPs.

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