Why Is Respiration An Amphibolic Pathway?

An amphibolic pathway mainly refers to the pathway, which includes both anabolic and catabolic processes. Respiration is called as an amphibolic pathway, because, here both (producing or synthesizing) anabolic and (breakdown) catabolic processes occur.

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