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How might the efficiency of glycolysis change if this process occurred in only one step?

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    How might the efficiency of travel to the moon occurred by taking one giant step?

    Such a question. Because glycolysis is not one step, imagining only one step is what Alice might do in the Looking Glass. Any answer you give to fanciful imagination, is correct.

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