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Note that not all steps in glycolysis are reversible. List which steps are irreversible. Why is it important to have the steps irreversible at these
Please answer all these question fully and explain.Note that not all steps in glycolysis are reversible. List which stepsare irreversible. Why is it important to have the steps irreversible at these points? Why would the effects be on glycolysis if these steps werereversible? What is the function of hexokinase? What are isozymes? How do the different hexokinase isozymes of liver and musclereﬂect the different roles of these organs in carbohydratemetabolism? What are the major steps at which Gluconeogenesis is regulated? What molecules (and how!) regulate Gluconeogenesis? Why (and how!) is Gluconeogenesis and Glycolysis reciprocallyregulated?