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When does anaerobic respiration occurs in our body? Give an example.

Answer :

The anaerobic respiration occurs in our body when there is lack of oxygen during exercise.


human muscle cells undergo utilize anaerobic respiration when they lack sufficient oxygen or require a quick energy.


As a result of anaerobic respiration lactic acid is formed in the mucle cells which cause fatigue and muscle cramps after prolonged exercise.


The anaerobic respiration chemical reaction is given below:


Glucose Pyruvate +Energy 2 latic acid + 2 ATP


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