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A) glucose → lactic acid + energy

B) energy + carbon dioxide + water → glucose + oxygen + water

C) glucose → ethyl alcohol + carbon dioxide + energy

D) glucose + lactose → galactose + water

E) glucose + oxygen → carbon dioxide + water + energy

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