By Jo Ann Robbins; W Michael Colt; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension System.; Oregon State University. Extension Service.; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension.; All authors
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In the glucose breakdown by fermentation followed by the tricarboxylic acid cycle there are at least 6 different reactions leading to the reduction of pyridine nucleotide, against 2 in the pentose phosphate cycle. The total number of steps by which the complete oxidation of glucose is achieved is smaller in the pentose phosphate cycle than in the breakdown by fermentation plus tricarboxylic acid cycle, but the latter route not only covers the degradation of carboJC02 Jco2 hydrate but also that of fats and amino acids.
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The sedoheptulose 1: 7-diphosphate produced is next (7, 5) postulated to yield sedoheptulose 7-phosphate, by hydrolysis of the phosphate group attached to carbon atom 1 CH 20H CHP POaH 2 I I c=o I HO-C-H I H-C-OH I H-C-OH I H-C-OH I CHP POaH 2 sedoheptulose 1: 7-diphosphate C=O I I H-C-OH I H-C-OH I H-C-OH I HO-C-H CHPP03:ti2 sedoheptulose 7-phosphate (7, 5) 248 H. A. KREBS and H. L. KORNBERG: Energy Transformations in Living Matter under the action of a phosphatase. Again, this reaction is similar to the conversion of fructose 1: 6-diphosphate to fructose 6-phosphate already described.