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The citric acid cycles doesn't really metabolize glucose. That would be the glycolysis.

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Kreb cycle doesn't produce glucose. It uses acetyl CoA, derived from glucose, to make citric acid, making ATP and NADH in the process.

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Just one Turn per turn.

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Q: How many turns of the citric acid cycle are required for a single glucose to be metabolized?
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