Which is required for both anaerobic respiration and aerobic respiration?

Which is required for both anaerobic respiration and aerobic respiration? oxygen water mitochondria glucose

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The key components needed for both aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration within cell membranes are water, mitochondria, and glucose. Mitochondria are the power house of the cell responsible for transporting energy throughout other organelles. Aerobic respiration requires the presence of oxygen to convert ADP into ATP, without oxygen organelles within the cell will not be able to do this conversion of energy. 

Anaerobic respiration does not need the presence of oxygen but it uses electron acceptors to perform respiration. The most important process for anaerobic respiration is the electron transport chain.

Water, mitochondria, and glucose are all required for both anaerobic respiration and aerobic respiration.

Oxygen, on the other hand, is only used in one of the two kinds of respiration.
If oxygen is present in the cells, then the cellular respiration that will be carried out will be aerobic respiration. If oxygen is absent in the cells, then the type of cellular respiration that will be carries out will be anaerobic respiration.

"glucose" (and if available "water" and "mitochondria") is needed for both anaerobic and aerobic respiration!
 
3. The correct answer is: A Aerobic respiration requires oxygen to proceed, but anaerobic respiration does not..

5: The correct answer is: D Glucose.

3: the correct answer is A
5: the correct answer is D

 The correct answer is :  Glucose

Explanation:  Both aerobic and anaerobic respiration begin with glycolysis. Aerobic respiration requires oxygen to proceed, anaerobic respiration does not require oxygen. Anaerobic respiration is used commercially to produce beer, bread, wine, yogurt, and cheese.

ATP DEFINITELY.

Explanation:

In anaerobic respiration like glycolysis, ATP is needed to split glucose

in the aerobic respiration, same thing. Krebs cycle needs transporters to make ADP and convert it into ATP.

Both aerobic and anaerobic respiration involve the process of glycolysis to release energy. so gluecose

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