What do glycolysis and the citric acid cycle have in common?

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What do glycolysis and the citric acid cycle have in common?

Cellular Processes:

Although our cells are so tiny, these units of life are filled with multiple organelles that work together like organ systems to keep the cell and you alive. The cell has multiple processes for maintaining homeostasis, regardless of what is occurring outside.

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Glycolysis and the citric acid cycle are both part of an important cellular process known as cellular respiration. Cellular respiration is a process...

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