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Humans can only exhibit anaerobic cellular respiration.
Humans can exhibit both aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration.
Humans can only exhibit aerobic cellular respiration.
Humans can use both aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration.
@InYourHead, could you plz tell me where it happen anaerobic cellular respiration in human?
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the answer is b
@privatebland am agree with you also. but please tell me where it happen in human. I couldn't find exactly, if you can explain will be a great help.
Anaerobic respiration occurs most often in humans during vigorous exercise. When muscle cells use up their oxygen, they have to switch to an anaerobic pathway to process energy. According to Dr. Paul Decelle’s online biology course, anaerobic respiration in humans occurs most often in fast-twitch muscle cells, which have a lower capacity for storing oxygen than slow-twitch muscles. The fast-twitch muscle cells run out of oxygen quickly and have to switch to a lactic acid fermentation process to create energy.