Where does anaerobic respiration occur?

Answer Anaerobic respiration can be divided into two types--fermentation and glycolysis--and occurs when no oxygen available. It takes place in the liquid part of the cytoplasm where there is little to n... Read More »

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What does anaerobic respiration mean?

Anaerobic respiration is cellular respiration that takes place without the use of oxygen to transmit energy. Cellular respiration is where the cells provide the energy for the essential functions o... Read More »

What is another name for anaerobic respiration?

Anaerobic respiration, the creation of energy in organisms without the need for oxygen, is also known as anaerobiosis. Some microbes practice anaerobiosis. Aerobic respiration, on the other hand, ... Read More »

Does anaerobic respiration form ATP?

Anaerobic respiration is a process cells use to obtain energy without using oxygen. Cells use a molecule called adenosine triphosphate or ATP as a kind of "energy currency" that stores energy in a ... Read More »

How much ATP is produced in anaerobic respiration?

Anaerobic respiration produces only two to three ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate) molecules. In contrast to aerobic respiration, which produces 36 to 37 ATP molecules, anaerobic respiration does not pr... Read More »