The Krebs cycle (or de Szent-Györgyi and Krebs cycle, or yet again, the citric acid cycle) is a metabolic pathway which takes place in all cells in the cytoplasm of bacteria or in the mitochondria of eukaryotes.
The Krebs cycle plays a role in carbohydrate, lipid, and protein metabolism but it is particularly known for enabling production of cellular energy in the form of the GTP de molecule. It produces one of these per cycle from a GDP molecule.
In total the Krebs cycle produces :
The Krebs cycle is a complex metabolic process. © Narayanese, WikiUserPedia, YassineMrabet, TotoBaggins, Wikimedia, CC by-sa 3.0