Aerobic respiration is the process of respiration that utilizes the oxygen taken from outside and releases the carbon dioxide to outside. In aerobic respiration molecular oxygen is consumed and carbon dioxide and water are produced. Aerobic respiration is the is the metabolic process of most living things in which food molecules (glucose) are turned into usable energy for the cell (ATP). During aerobic respiration, oxygen is present, and helps the process to crank out energy very efficiently. Some organisms can also undergo anaerobic respiration, in which oxygen is absent and a somewhat less efficient method of metabolism takes place.
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