The citric acid cycles doesn't really metabolize glucose. That would be the glycolysis.
Kreb cycle doesn't produce glucose. It uses acetyl CoA, derived from glucose, to make citric acid, making ATP and NADH in the process.
Just one Turn per turn.
Glucose is broken down during cellular respiration to produce a form of energy the cell can use.The first stage, glycolysis, occurs in the cytoplasm of the cell. The other phases occur in the mitochondria.
9 ATP and 6 NADPH overall. This energy is supplied by the light reactions from photosystem II and photosystem I. 6 ATP are reduced to 6 ADP in stage 1( fixation). The 6 NADPH are reduced to form 6 NADP+ in stage 2(reduction). The final 3 ATP are used in stage 3(regeneration of acceptor).
The body needs to store glucose as a polysaccharide because if it is store as single molecules of glucose (non-phosphorylated), it will leave the cells and be sent out of the body via kidneys. So the cell can either store glucose as Glucose-6-phosphate or polysaccharide. If G6P is stored inside cells, it will readily be degraded via the glycolysis pathway. So putting it in a polysaccharide prevents 1.) removal from body and 2.) rapid metabolism of glucose.
Citric acid (if pure and in the anhydrous form) is a single molecule with the formula C6H8O7. So - NO - citric acid is a compound, but not a mixture.
Glucose is very important source. This is because, your brain can use glucose only as a source of energy. Rest of the body can manage without the glucose. Fortunately you get much more glucose from your food than required by your body. Glucose being the primary product of photosynthesis.
Citric acid monohydrate has a single molecule of water attached to each molecule of citric acid, whereas citric acid anhydrous has been dried so has no water at all.
A single starch molecule contents few thousands glucose monomers in single molecule.
it has all single bonds
Yes. You are right. Glucose is a monomer. Because it is a single molecule.
Because it is a single hexagonal ring structure.
glucose is a sugar simple sugars like glucose are called monosaccharides mono = one saccharide = sugar
monosaccharides which are single simple sugars( glucose, fructose galactose)
The formula for glucose is C6H12O6, so 12 hydrogen.
Glucose is a monomer; monomers of carbohydrates are called monosaccharides.