Glycolysis is found in cytoplasm of virtually all types of aerobic/anaerobic cells. In this process, glucose is converted into :
(b) acetyl CoA
(c) pyruvic acid
(d) citric acid.
(c) : In glycolysis one molecule of hexose sugar (glucose/fructose), a 6C-compound is splitted to form
two molecules of a 3C-compound, pyruvic acid (CH3COCOOH).