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Alcoholic fermentation forms fewer ATP molecules than cellular respiration uses oxygen and ATP molecules as reactants occurs in the muscle cells of animals and humans gives off carbon dioxide and NADH as products
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anonymous
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b
anonymous
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@swagdaddy91 haha I just figured out how to tag someone. Anyways, yep it's B.

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ahaha
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i can only give 1 medal do @kiamonstaa give @rtraylor3 a medal @rtraylor3 give me a medal and I will give @kiamonstaa a medal
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*so
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and how do i do this?
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Give me a medal Kia. Click Best Response on my answer.
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ahah found it
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lol win win win situation
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ha yup
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hahaha :D

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