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Respiration is the process of releasing energy from the breakdown of sugar and carbohydrates. Respiration takes put in place every living cellular, all of the time and all cells need to respire as a way to produce the energy them to require. Here explain the importance of Aerobic Respiration and Anaerobic Respiration:

Importance of Aerobic Respiration:

  1. Energy produced in this process is utilised by living beings to perform all sorts of reaction and other functions.
  2. CO2, released in this process is utilised directly or indirectly in photosynthesis and produces carbohydrate food.
  3. This process helps plants in the absorption of water, which indirectly keeps running growth and other organic processes.
  4. The organic acid that produces in respiration is necessary for other organic activities, Respiratory energy also helps cell division.
  5. Building larger molecules from smaller ones i.e. proteins from amino acids

Importance of Anaerobic respiration:

  1. Some Bacteria cannot live in presence of oxygen. Among them, the only process of producing energy is anaerobic respiration.
  2. In this process Ethyl alcohol is produced, industries, which is used in different industries.
  3. The process is utilized in Lactic Acid Fermentation.
  4. Allowing chemical reactions to take place