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A muscle cell undergoes glycolysis to generate pyruvate. Considering that the cell remains under aerobic conditions and moves on to the ETC via the Krebs cycle, which of the following would be the
final electron acceptor in this case?
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User: A muscle cell undergoes glycolysis to generate pyruvate. Considering that the cell remains under aerobic conditions and moves on to the ETC via the Krebs cycle, which of the following would be the final electron acceptor in this case?

Weegy: Your question is incomplete. Please provide the choices. Thank you.
Expert answered|may100|Points 1235|

User: A. hydrogen B. nitrate C. oxygen

Weegy: The answer is C. oxygen. Aerobic implies oxygen.
Expert answered|may100|Points 1235|

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