Pia R.

asked • 04/14/19

The major function of fermentation in our muscle cells is

A. to reduce NAD+ to NADH

b. to generate lactic acid, which is later converted into fatty acid, which is a form of stored chemical energy

c. not really known, and in fact it is believed fermentation has no real function

d. to oxidize NADH and thereby regenerate NAD+

e. to produce a net increase in the chemical energy stored in ATP and NADH 


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Linda M. answered • 04/14/19

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