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Which process of cellular respiration generates the most ATP when glucose is completely oxidized to carbon dioxide and water?

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this is anaerobic respiration which is accompained by oxygen gas presence
you mean aerobic, since anaerobic means without oxigen and a process without oxygen is not cellular respiration but fermentation.
yes, it's aerobic specific process is the ETC, generates most ATP from ETC

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I think the process was called oxidative phosphorylation when I was a boy scientist, all those years ago. cmkc109 is correct in that the electron transfer chain is involved in this process.
yeah real i had forgotten it`s aerobic
electron transport chemiosmosis
its A.

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