In plant cell, glycolysis operates in

In Plant Cell Glycolysis Operates In Biology Question

In plant cell, glycolysis operates in

Options

(a) mitochondria
(b) peroxisome
(c) mesosome
(d) cytoplasm

Correct Answer:

cytoplasm

Explanation:

The common aerobic respiration consists of three steps – glycolysis, krebs cycle and terminal oxidation. Glycolysis is the process of breakdown of glucose or similar hexose sugar to two molecules of pyruvic acid through a series of enzyme mediated reactions (occurs in cytosol) releasing some energy (as ATP) and reducing power (AS NADH₂). It is common to both plant and animal cells and to both aerobic and anaerobic modes of respiration.

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Topics: Respiration in Plants (190)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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