ayeedomo
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Anaerobic respiration takes place without oxygen in the cytoplasm of some cells. One example is yeast cells
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeast cells carry out a type of anaerobic respiration called Fermentation. The written equation: glucose in the presence of enzymes in the cytoplasm produces ethanol, carbon dioxide and a little energy.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Vertebrate muscle carries out anaerobic respiration during strenuous exercise when the oxygen supply becomes too little for the demands of aerobic respitartion. Glucose in the presence of enzymes in the cytoplasm produce lactic acid and a little energy
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ayeedomo
  • ayeedomo
Thank you!! :D
ayeedomo
  • ayeedomo
@kalahkid at the end of the 2nd equation, does it say '150k'?
anonymous
  • anonymous
150kJ (kiloJoules)

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