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In preparing pyruvate to enter the citric acid cycle, which of the following steps occurs?
Pyruvate is reduced, and a molecule of carbon dioxide is removed. The electrons removed in this process are used to oxidize NAD
Pyruvate is oxidized, and a molecule of carbon dioxide is removed. The electrons removed in this process are donated to NADH to produce NAD
Pyruvate is reduced to acetyl-coA, which involves the reduction of pyruvate, the addition of a carbon dioxide from the environment, and its reduction by NADH.
Pyruvate is ionized directly to acetyl-coA.
Pyruvate is oxidized, and a molecule of carbon dioxide is removed. The electrons removed in this process are used to reduce NAD
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