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What Is The Word Equation For Anerobic Respiration?

Anaerobic respiration is the process of generating energy from glucose in the absence of air. In plants, the equation is: Glucose energy + ethanol (alcohol) + carbon dioxide. In animals: Glucose energy + lactic acid.
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