Kreb''s cycle, Biology

Kreb's cycle is the biochemical cycle in the cellular aerobic metabolism where the acetyl CoA is combined with the oxaloacetate to form citric acid; the resulting citric acid is converted into several other chemicals, eventually reforming the oxaloacetate; NADH, some ATP, and FADH2 are produced and carbon dioxide is released from it.

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