Chapter 7 3 Bio

Chapter 7 3 Bio - fermentation is only a two-step process...

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Aerobic cellular respiration and fermentation have a few differences. Firstly, as the name implies, aerobic cellular respiration is an aerobic process, requiring oxygen. Fermentation is an anaerobic process, meaning there is no oxygen gas involved. Aerobic cellular respiration is a three step process, including glycolysis, the Kreb Cycle, and electron transport chain, while
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Unformatted text preview: fermentation is only a two-step process, glycolysis and reduction of the pyruvate. Also, during fermentation the pyruvate is reduced, while in aerobic cellular respiration the pyruvate is oxidized. Lastly, aerobic cellular respiration produces much more ATP than fermentation produces....
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This document was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course BIO 117 at Rollins.

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