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Anaerobic cellular respiration produces the most energy. True False
It's false that Cellular respiration is an anaerobic process. ***Cellular Respiration is an aerobic process because it requires the use of oxygen to enter and ultimately carry out the Kreb's Cycle. [ This requirement for oxygen makes it aerobic. ]
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User: Anaerobic cellular respiration produces the most energy. True False

Weegy: It's false that Cellular respiration is an anaerobic process. ***Cellular Respiration is an aerobic process because it requires the use of oxygen to enter and ultimately carry out the Kreb's Cycle. [ This requirement for oxygen makes it aerobic. ]
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User: Cellular metabolism extracts and releases energy in an organized manner. True False

User: We gain energy from eating plants. Plants can't create their energy; they must first get it from the Sun. This statement is _____ according to the _____ law of thermodynamics. true; first true; second false; first false; second

Weegy: We gain energy from eating plants. Plants can't create their energy; they must first get it from the Sun. This statement is _____ according to the _____ law of thermodynamics true; first
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