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AEROBIC RESPIRATIONANAEROBIC RESPIRATION
The breakdown of glucose in the presence of oxygen to produce more amount of energy is called as aerobic respiration.The breakdown of glucose in the absence of oxygen to produce energy is called as anaerobic respiration.
 Chemical Equatio- nGlucose + Oxygen gives Carbon dioxide +water + energyChemical Equation- Glucose gives Lactic acid + energy
It occurs in The cytoplasm to mitochondria.Takes place in cytoplasm only.
The high amount of energy is produced.Less amount of energy produced.
38 ATP released.2 ATP released.
Carbon dioxide and water.Lactic acid (animal cells), carbon dioxide and ethanol (plant cell).
Oxygen and glucose to produce energy.It does not require oxygen but uses glucose to produce energy.
1. Glycolysis - also called Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas(EMP) pathway.
2. The respiratory chain (electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation).
3. The tricarboxylic acid cycle (TCA), also known as the citric acid cycle or Krebs cycle. 
1. Glycolysis.
2. Fermentation
CompleteIncomplete.
It is a long process for the production of energy.It is a fast process in comparison to aerobic respiration.
Aerobic respiration occurs in many plants and animals (eukaryotes).Anaerobic respiration occurs in human muscle cells (eukaryotes), bacteria, yeast (prokaryotes), etc. 

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