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Amphibolic pathways are pathways that are both catabolic and anabolic in nature. That is, the substrates produced in these pathways can be sent into the oxidative phosphorylation cycle to produce ATP, or they can be recycled into any of the anabolic pathways for production of important biomolecules. Glycolytic pathway, Kreb's cycle etc are examples for amphibolic pathways.
Anabolic pathways are synthetic pathways which utilise energy and synthesise biomolecules. So, gluconeogenesis is essentially an anabolic pathway.
Catabolic pathways are 'breakdown' pathways which generate energy. ETC or electron transport chain is a catabolic reaction.