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The Krebs cycle starts with??
Question asked by: jensacutie

Asked on: 30 Nov 2009

The krebs cycle is a series of reactions that happen inside cells, and these are the reactions that enable energy to be derived from oxygen in the cells.

The first product that is generated in the krebs cycle is citric acid and, indeed, the krebs cycle is sometimes even referred to as the citric acid cycle!

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Replied at: 06 Dec 2009
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