Wood frogs freeze solid during the winter and then thaw in the spring. As the freezing progresses, blood circulation stops.

Wood frogs freeze solid during the winter and then thaw in the spring. As the freezing progresses, blood circulation stops. How would you expect cells not being served by the circulatory system to produce ATP during this time, and what by-product would you expect to build up in the cells?

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