Hydrolysis of glycogen yields free glucose, which must be converted into glucose 6-phosphate (at the expense of ATP) before it can enter glycolysis. 66. Feeder pathways for glycolysis Page: 534 Difficulty: 3 Describe the process of glycogen breakdown in muscle. Include a description of the structure of glycogen, the nature of the breakdown reaction and the breakdown product, and the required enzyme(s).
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