write difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration?

Asked by Mohit RaAz | 31st May, 2014, 08:02: PM

Expert Answer:

AEROBIC RESPIRATION

ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION

1. Also called oxybiotic respiration.

1. Also called anoxybiotic respiration.

2. Proceeds in the presence of oxygen.

2. Proceeds in the absence of oxygen.

3. Occurs in mitochondria.

3. Occurs in cytoplasm.

4. Complete breakdown of glucose.

4. Incomplete breakdown of glucose.

5. End-products are carbon dioxide and water.

5. End-products are ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide.

6. Large quantity of energy is liberated (38 ATP) from one mole of glucose.

6. Small quantity of energy is liberated (2 ATP) from one mole of glucose.

7. Normally occurs throughout life.

7. Occurs temporarily for short periods.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 31st May, 2014, 08:29: PM