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    Q-5) Metabolism N*

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    Q.- What is the major consequence of a hereditary defect in the production of active pyruvate kinase in the liver and in erythrocytes?

    A) Decreased capacity to fix CO2

    B) Decreased gluconeogenesis from alanine

    C) Decreased oxidation of pyruvate

    D) Decreased production of ATP from glucose

    E) Increased affinity of hemoglobin for oxygen

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    the answer is D

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