COMPARISON BETWEEN ENERGY OUTPUT IN AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION

Biology

COMPARISON BETWEEN ENERGY OUTPUT IN AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION

  • Aerobic respiration results in the formation of simple inorganic molecules, water and carbon (Iv) oxide as the by¬products.
  • These cannot be broken down further. A lot of energy is produced.
  • When a molecule of glucose is broken down in the presence of oxygen, 2880 KJ of energy are produced (38 molecules of ATP).
  • In anaerobic respiration the by products are organic compounds.
  • These can be broken down further in the presence of oxygen to give more energy.
  • Far less energy is thus produced.
  • The process is not economical as far as energy production is concerned.
  • When a molecule of glucose is broken down in the absence of oxygen in plants, 210 KJ are produced (2 molecule ATP).
  • In animals, anaerobic respiration yields 150 kJ of energy.
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