[Solved] When One Molecule of Glucose Undergoes Glycolysis Followed by Lactate

Question 14
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Question 14

When one molecule of glucose undergoes glycolysis followed by lactate fermentation, what happens to the net number of NAD+ and NADH molecules?

A)The number of NAD+ molecules increases, and the number of NADH molecules decreases.
B)The number of NAD+ molecules decreases, and the number of NADH molecules increases.
C)The number of NAD+ molecules decreases, and the number of NADH molecules decreases.
D)The number of NAD+ molecules increases, and the number of NADH molecules increases.
E)There is no net change in the number of molecules of either NAD+ or NADH.

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