Metabolic pathways are enzyme-mediated biochemical reactions that lead to biosynthesis (anabolism) or breakdown (catabolism) of natural product small molecules within a cell or tissue. The glycolysis and Krebs cycle metabolic pathways, in aerobic respiration, produce precursors of various important cellular molecules such as the primary metabolite ATP; other metabolic pathways produce secondary metabolites.
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