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Difference between aerobic anaerobic

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Difference between aerobic anaerobic
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Ankush Kumar 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Aerobic-- The respiration takes place in the presence of oxygen Is known as aerobic resporation

Suhani...... ......... 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Aerobic and anaerobic refer to the presence or absence of oxygen in various biological processes. The main differences between aerobic and anaerobic are: Aerobic: - Requires oxygen (O2) - Occurs in the presence of oxygen - Produces energy through cellular respiration (glucose + O2 → CO2 + H2O + energy) - More efficient energy production (36-38 ATP molecules per glucose molecule) - Occurs in mitochondria - Examples: aerobic exercise, cellular respiration, photosynthesis Anaerobic: - Does not require oxygen (O2) - Occurs in the absence of oxygen - Produces energy through fermentation or glycolysis (glucose → lactic acid + energy) - Less efficient energy production (2 ATP molecules per glucose molecule) - Occurs in cytoplasm - Examples: anaerobic exercise, muscle contractions during short bursts of intense activity, yeast fermentation In summary, aerobic processes use oxygen to generate energy, while anaerobic processes do not require oxygen and produce energy through alternative methods. I hope this answer will help you.. 😊
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