Difference Between Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration – Cellular Respiration in Plants


Do subscribe to Ekeeda channel and press bell icon to get updates about latest Engineering HSC and IIT-JEE Mains and Advanced videos.Hello Students,Today we are starting chapter respiration in that we’re studying topic the difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration we all know that aerobic respiration uses oxygen and anaerobic is an absence of oxygen what are the other differences let’s study and find out. If i say but aerobically expedition you all will say that it needs a large amount of oxygen or it needs oxygen to take place yes when i talk about anaerobic respiration anaerobic respiration doesn’t need oxygen or it can never take this in the absence of oxygen it means absence of oxygen oxygen has to be present in anaerobic expeditions aerobic respiration basically takes place in eukaryotic cells whereas anaerobic respiration takes less in prokaryotic cells on bacterial cells four single cellular organism or unicellular cells during anaerobic respiration there is incomplete oxidation or incomplete breakdown of organic food material whereas during aerobic respiration that is complete oxidation or complete breakdown of organic food material less energy is released during organic or we can say less energy in the form of ATP is released during anaerobic respiration which is approximately 280 people whereas doing aerobic respiration the ATP released is approximately eight and products are different in the case of anaerobic it is ethyl alcohol in the case of aerobic it’s carbon dioxide and water what is the difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration now when we talk about anaerobic respiration it is a respiration that they will take place in the absence of oxygen now anaerobic respiration takes this specially more in prokaryotic cell – a prokaryotic cell it could be a bacterial cell or an avian cell basically in unicellular organisms there is total no need of oxygen it can take place in the absence of oxygen there is incomplete oxidation of food materials materials like our bodies proteins fats are broken up but in incomplete manner and obviously if there is incomplete oxidation of food materials less ATP would be synthesized and which is approximately 280 people now the end products of this kind of respiration are carbon dioxide and ethyl alcohol and ethyl alcohol will lead to fermentation whereas carbon dioxide is used either in some cases or it is removed out of the system the action of glycolysis is in the cytosol when it is anaerobic respiration the enemy transportation process takes place in the presence of oxygen if it’s oxygen to carry on and it basically takes place in the eukaryotic cell when I say eukaryotic cell it means human beings plants animals for that matter the bigger mite is a little cells 38 ATP or energy currencies are produced for glucose of aerobic respiration that’s quite huge and the end products are basically co2 and water which should be used in the photosynthesis process in this eukaryotic organisms now glycolysis in this process is in the cytosol but as the Krebs cycle is in the mitochondria and that is the ATP machine where it is situated at that place this process of aerobic respiration meets ETS electron transport system to work and various electron acceptors which is the protein machinery with that it is cytochrome C dehydrogenase any DP dehydrogenase complexes have to work together to generate ATP and finally free molecular oxygen act as an electron acceptor in this process of aerobic respiration as compared to in aerobic respiration where it doesn’t happens oxygen is never the last electron acceptor in the case of aerobic respiration of in certain organisms whereas an anaerobic respiration it is always that oxygen is never the last electron acceptors and in aerobic organism oxygen has to be the last electron acceptor in most of the cases students in this part of the chapter what we did try to understand was then what is aerobic respiration and what is anaerobic respiration and how these two terms are different from one another in terms of organisms and their functioning I hope students they are very clear about this concept of aerobic and anaerobic respiration thank you

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