Carbohydrate catabolism is series of redox reactions that yield energy from carbohydrates. The energy is stored in the form high energy phosphate bonds of ATP, where it can be used quickly for various cellular processes. This process takes place through cellular respiration, first through glycolysis, and if oxygen is present through Krebs cycle then through the electron transport chain in mitochondria.
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