In aerobic respiration, oxygen is used by the cells to achieve complete breakdown of carbohydrates to carbon dioxide & water; large quantities of ATP are produced. Anaerobic respiration takes place in the absence of oxygen; only the glycolysis sequence occurs, and much less ATP is produced.
The difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration: aerobic respiration uses oxygen and anaerobic respiration does not use oxygen.
...and anaerobic respiration? Aerobic requires oxygen.
aerobic respiration requires oxygen while anaerobic does not require oxygen.
Aerobic respiration and Anaerobic Respiration. Aerobic is respiring in the presence of oxygen Anaerobic is respiring in the absence of oxygen
They are both types of respiration. Aerobic uses oxygen and anaerobic does not.
anaerobic exercise that is better for fat loss and aerobic respiration is exercise to burn fat
anaerobic respiration it does not require oxygen to survive,but only CO2 requiring whereas aerobic does require oxygen
aerobic respiration is when you breath air and anaerobic is when you don't
Aerobic respiration requires diatomic free oxygen. Anaerobic respiration does not require it, and in fact is often hindered by free oxygen.
Aerobic respiration requires Oxygen, while Anaerobic doesn't.
Aerobic cellular respiration requires oxygen to perform the respiration. Anaerobic does not.
Aerobic respiration is performing something with oxygen. Anaerobic is only performing the same action but without and oxygen.
Aerobic - Reguires/has oxygenAnaerobic - Has no oxygen
Aerobic : If respiration takes place in the presence of O2, then it is called aerobic respiration/ aerobic activity. Eg: Plants and animals, protozoans, some bacteriaAnaerobic: IF respiration takes place in the absence of O2, then it is called anaerobic respiration/ anaerobic activity. Eg: Yeast, some bacteria
Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration both deal with the creation of energy, or ATP, within the body. Both begin through a process called Glycolosis in which a glucose molecule is split into two pyruvate molecules. The main difference between aerobic and anaerobic respiration occurs after glycolosis. Aerobic respiration occurs if there is oxygen present. Aerobic respiration creates the most ATP since oxidative phosphorylation is able to occur. Anaerobic respiration occurs if there is no oxygen present and creates less ATP. So in a nutshell, the main difference is whether or not oxygen is present. Aerobic with oxygen, anaerobic without oxygen.
Fermentation is anaerobic respiration which occurs in the absence of oxygen. Aerobic respiration occurs ONLY in the presence of oxygen
Aerobic bacteria uses oxygen for cellular respiration and anaerobic bacteria doesn't require oxygen to survive. ˇ_ˇ 
Aerobic Respiration is that they need air to be alive. Anaerobic respiration is some thing that is able to live in the absence of oxygen.
The main difference between aerobic and anaerobic is that one has exposure to oxygen while the other does not. In respiration, aerobic is the desired choice. In fermentation, some fermenting sources prefer to have no oxygen in their environment, while other sources would prefer the contrary.
Diffrences between anaerobic and aerobic fermentation is aerobic occurs in the presence of oxygen and 2 molecules of adenisine triphosphate while anaerobic is in the absence of oxygen and produces 34 molecules of adenosine triphosphate. Lemme tell you all that there is no fermentation which is aerobic. In fact its will be wrong to classify fermentation process into aerobic and anaerobic. Its the respiration which can be aerobic or anaerobic.
Anaerobic respiration produces a net gain of 2 ATP molecules for every glucose molecule. Aerobic respiration produces 36 - 38 ATP molecules for every glucose molecule.
Aerobic uses oxygen and anaerobic doesnt
Aerobic respiration requires oxygen. And when there is no oxygen available,(prolonged contraction of muscles during intense exercise) anaerobic respiration takes place.