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aerobic respiration produces more usable chemical energy than fermentation because fermentation involves formation of lactic acid complete oxidisation of food partial oxidation of food evolution of CO 2 alchohol

aerobic respiration produces more usable chemical energy than fermentation because fermentation involves
  1. formation of lactic acid
  2. complete oxidisation of food
  3. partial oxidation of food
  4. evolution of CO2 alchohol

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Apoorva Arora IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 181 Points
7 years ago
Aerobic respiration produces more usable chemical energy than fermentation because fermentation involves partial oxidation of food whereas aerobic respiration oxidizes the whole food providing far more energy.

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