What is the maximum amount of ATP per glucose molecule produced by anaerobic respiration?

Answer

ATP per glucose molecule produced in aerobic respiration is said to be a maximum of 30-32 ATP. Anaerobic respiration is said to produce 2 ATP per glucose molecule. Anaerobic respiration is not the same as fermentation.
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