SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) What is the final stage of aerobic catabolism of Carbohydrates? Kreb's cycle? Oxidative phosphorylation? On BR CBT 5.. One of the answer choices choices that is said to be correct according to BR that the final stage of aerobic catabolism is Kreb's Cycle. I thought that it is oxidative phosphorylation so i picked it as the false answer. this is what they explained in answer choice Pyruvate is the end product of glycolysis under aerobic conditions. Glycolysis involves the oxidation of carbohydrates like glucose. Thus, choice A is a true statement. In the first paragraph of the passage, we find that the Krebs cycle is also the final common pathway for the oxidation of amino acids. It would seem likely that if some of the intermediates of the Krebs cycle were to be removed (and some are), they could be converted into amino acids.[/COLOR] Is BR wrong and they worded the question in a wrong way? or Iam I missing something here ? Can somebody share wt they would answer that question if they were in the same situation?