During glycolysis, glucose is metabolized into pyruvate, which is also a three carbon compound. The process takes place inside cytosol. Molecular oxygen is not involved in the same, and little energy is produced in the form of ATP molecules. Pyruvate is then oxidised to oxygen and carbon dioxide, with more production of ATP molecules. please rate good!
During which stage of cellular respiration is glucose broken down into two molecules of pyruvic acid?