Link Reaction and The Citric Acid Cycle . Link Reaction. The Link Reaction or Transition Reaction (named this because it links glycolysis to the Krebs/Citric Acid cycle). Citric Acid/Krebs Cycle (see Fig 8.8 and 8.9 in text). 1. First reaction : 2. Decarboxylation reactions:.
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The Link Reaction or Transition Reaction(named this because it links glycolysis to the Krebs/Citric Acid cycle).
2. Decarboxylation reactions:
4. Substrate-level phosphorylation reactions:
Number of yielded molecules worth mentioning so far (Glycolysis, Link Reaction, and Citric Acid Cycle) that came from one glucose molecule.
2 NADH + H+
1 NADH (x2) = 2NADH
1 CO2 (x2) = 2CO2
2 CO2 (x2) = 4 CO2
3 NADH (x2) = 6 NADH + H+
1 FADH2 (x2) = 2 FADH2
1 ATP (x2) = 2 ATP