Citric Acid Cycle (CAC)


The Citric Acid Cycle (CAC), also known as the Krebs Cycle, is a set of follow-up reactions to glycolysis in order to produce more ATP. It it usually followed by the Electron Transport Chain (ETC). The exact reactions for the CAC are complicated, but the general process is detailed in the image below, courtesy of Wikipedia:

Synonyms:
Krebs Cycle
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