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down.use NAD as the electron acceptor. The flavoprotein, as 3. Of the dehydrogenase reactions in glycolysis and TCA cycle, all but on e exception is the succinate dehydrogenase reaction, which uses FAD, covalently bound to a the electron acceptor. Explain the unique feature of this dehydro a more suitable electron acceptor in this case? OfR By which reac intermediates of the citric acid cycle? genation reacti on and Justify why bound FAD is tions can pyruvate be converted to succinate without depleting any of the prior existing 4. In Krebs cycle, in addition to pyruvate, 3 water molecules contribute to reducing equivalents to fulfil complete oxidation of pyruvate. The first one is added at condensing step and the last one is added during hydration of fumarate. Where is the remaining water molecule gets added in Krebs cycle? Explain its importance

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use NAD' as the electron acceptor. The flavoprotein, as 3. Of the dehydrogenase reactions in glycolysis and TCA cycle, all but on e exception is the succinate dehydrogenase reaction, which uses FAD, covalently bound to a the electron acceptor. Explain the unique feature of this dehydro a more suitable electron acceptor in this case? OfR By which reac intermediates of the citric acid cycle? genation reacti on and Justify why bound FAD is tions can pyruvate be converted to succinate without depleting any of the prior existing 4. In Krebs cycle, in addition to pyruvate, 3 water molecules contribute to reducing equivalents to fulfil complete oxidation of pyruvate. The first one is added at condensing step and the last one is added during hydration of fumarate. Where is the remaining water molecule gets added in Krebs cycle? Explain its importance

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