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Both take place in cell and provide ATP .

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Both aerobic and anaerobic respiration are similar in that they both supply energy. They both produce byproducts. They perform cellular respiration.

The steps of cellular respiration is different when it is anaerobic respiration compared to aerobic respiration. The main difference is because aerobic respiration uses oxygen and anaerobic uses other elements but the other steps are similar.

how are photosynthesis and celland cellular respiration similar

Question ispartiallywrong as fermentation is part of cellular respiration, question should be about similarities and differences in aerobic and anaerobic respiration. Cellular respiration is comprised of 3 stages , 1 glycolysis , 2 Krebs cycle and 3 electron transport chain .Fermentation is approximately similar to glycolysis except last step .

The Mitochondria are the site of aerobic cellular respiration because of the mitochondria's unique double bilayer, similar to the chloroplast. Mitochondria have a channel protein called ATP Synthase on their bilayer which, in coordination with cellular respiration, allows ADP to be phosphorylated into ATP, which is this main end goal of Cellular Respiration.

Cellular respiration and photosynthesis are inverse reactions. This means that the reactants of respiration are the products of photosynthesis and the reactants of photosynthesis are the products of cellular respiration. In addition, both metabolic pathways are processes that provide energy to the cell.

Respiration and fermentation are both instances of release of carbon dioxide by living organisms, in order to obtain energy after synthesizing food. Respiration occurs with the help of oxygen (aerobic) while fermentation is anaerobic.

ATP or adenosine Triphosphate is created during Cellular Aerobic Respiration. During Cellular Respiration, glucose (sugar) and oxygen is turned into Carbon Dioxide, water and ATP. So ATP is formed from sugar or Glucose.

Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are both cellular processes organisms use to obtain energy.

Both fermentation and cellular respiration release energy from glucose and other food molecules, making them similar in their processes.

Answer Choices: A) mitosome B) kinetoplast C) chloroplast D) hydrogenosome E) mitochondrion Answer:C) chloroplast Explanation: Chloroplasts are not related to all the other choices. Mitochondria, kinetoplasts, mitosomes, and hydrogenosomes are similar in that they both deal with cellular respiration, regardless of whether it is aerobic or anaerobic. On the other hand, chloroplasts deal with photosynthesis, a process which is the complete opposite of cellular respiration.

oxidative phosphorylation in cellular respiration

They are not. Photosynthesis builds up a plant's energy stores, cellular respiration uses the plant's energy stores.

Cellular respiration and photosynthesis are similar in that both involve exchange of gases. Carbon dioxide and oxygen are the main gases used in these processes.

The most basic difference, and indeed, the defining difference, between aerobic and anaerobic processes is simply the use of oxygen. Depending on the process, the end result may be very similar, or entirely different, but aerobic processes mean that it uses the oxygen, while anaerobic means it doesn't.

There are two ways in which the body produces energy. It can do it in two ways: Aerobic ( Oxygen + Glucose -> Carbon Dioxide + Water Vapour + Energy) respiration and anaerobic respiration ( Glucose -> Lactic acid + Carbon Dioxide. The body usually uses aerobic respiration when there is enough oxygen because aerobic respiration produces more energy. However, when you are sprinting or doing something similar, anaerobic respiration is used when the supply of oxygen is not as large as the demand. Anaerobic respiration produces less energy and lactic acid is produced causing cramps in muscles and possibly more serious problems. If humans only held oxygen in the blood and had no access to oxygen, brain activity would only happen for 15 seconds before blacking out. In three minutes with zero oxygen your brain would die.

Photosynthesis makes the energy(ATP), then the cellular respiration breaks it down to create food. The Formula is similar, but in opposite directions.

They are similar because cellular respiration is when our mainfuel/energy, glucose, is burnt in the cells to produce carbon dioxide. - And that's burning of a fuel.

they both produce ATP and both the opposite of the other.

Both use oxygen and produce carbon dioxide

They both are similar in releasing energy.In cellular respiration food is broken down to cell level and a lot of energy is produced and similarly in fermentation it is described that it is the process of getting energy from oxidation of organic compounds.

Fermentation is related to cellular respiration because they both produce energy. They are also similar because both break down glucose and produce carbon dioxide.

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