Cellular respiration produces six carbon dioxide molecules, six water molecules and 38 molecules of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, for every molecule of glucose. This process occurs in four stages: glycolysis, the trans... More »

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The Calvin Cycle is not a part of cellular respiration. This is a process that occurs in the chloroplasts of green plants. It results in the conversion of solar energy into chemical energy for plants through photosynthes... More »

Respiration is a mechanical process, while cellular respiration involves biochemical reactions through enzymatic action. Respiration is broadly classified into two types: external and internal; cellular respiration consu... More »

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Cellular respiration produces molecules of adenosine triphosphate, or ATP, an organic compound composed of adenine, the sugar ribose and three phosphate groups. ATP is a high-energy molecule that cells use to drive many ... More »

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The products of aerobic cellular respiration include water, carbon dioxide, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and two different energy carrying molecules: NADH and FADH2. The process is ultimately intended to produce ATP — a ... More »

Two ATP molecules can be produced per glucose molecule during anaerobic respiration, reports Eugene McCarthy, Ph.D., of Online Biology Dictionary. The steps of anaerobic metabolism consist of glycolysis to produce pyruvi... More »

Cellular respiration is a metabolic process in which glucose is broken down to produce carbon dioxide and water. ATP, or biological energy, and body heat are given off in the process. More »