The process takes place in the presence of free oxygen The products of aerobic respiration are CO2, water, and energy.
The first step of aerobic respiration (glycolysis) takes place in the cytoplasm while the next step takes place in mitochondria.
The process of aerobic respiration takes place in all higher organisms.
In this process complete oxidation of glucose takes place.
The process takes place in the absence of free oxygen.
The products of anaerobic respiration are ethyl alcohol, CO2, and a little energy.
Even in anaerobic respiration, the first step takes place in the cytoplasm while the next step takes place in mitochondria.
In this process, the glucose molecules are incompletely broken down.
The process of anaerobic respiration takes place in lower organisms like yeast, some species of bacteria, and parasites like a tapeworm.Answered by Vishal kumar | 1 year ago