Compare Aerobic Respiration and Fermentation?

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Aerobic Respiration is the releasing of oxygen into the muscles. Fermentation, on the other side, is when no oxygen is present and the sugars are turned to glucose, which in turn is made into energy. This is known as lactic acid fermentation, and is responsible for the soreness in muscles while moving. Both, in the end, create energy.
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