Aerobic Respiration

Aerobic respirations include that portion of the respiratory metabolic pathway that is oxygen dependent. This also include the transition reaction, it was all about the includes the transition reactions, the Krebs cycle, and the electron transport system. All of these occur inside the mitochondria. This is a respiration in plant and animals.
It goes very well with its name. This type of respiration needs air and needs to be worked out in the presence of oxygen. It has to be the respiration in the presence of air only because then the burning takes place better and fast. It is now more convenient to burn that glucose in the air.

You need to know the process!!

This type of respiration requires molecular oxygen. Aerobic respiration is the aerobic catabolism of nutrients to carbon dioxide, water, and energy and involves an electron transport system in which molecular oxygen is the final electron acceptor. Most of the energy is obtained from glucose.

The overall reaction is given chemically also. It can be stated in a chemical equation also as defined in chemistry. It is stated as follows; glucose or sugar or sucrose when burnt in the presence of oxygen yields carbon-di-oxide and also when reacted with water, the outcome has to be the release of energy as ATP. It is to be noted that glucose is oxidized to produce carbon dioxide and oxygen is reduced to produce water.

Aerobic respiration of tissues respiration!!
Tissues respiration is about the release of more energy, usually from the breaking up of glucose, in the tissues of all animals (land and water animals), green plants, fungi and bacteria (and other water algae’s). These living things require energy for other processes also like growth and development, movement, sensitivity, and reproduction of there body.

The most capable form of respiration is aerobic respiration: this requires oxygen or air for the process. When oxygen or air is not available, some organisms can also respires an aerobically i.e. without air or oxygen it is not possible. It is only Yeast that can respire in both ways under aerobic respiration. It is because the Yeast gets more energy and power from aerobic respiration, but when it runs out of oxygen it does not die, it still survives.

We can respire in both ways too, yes it is possible. Normally we use oxygen, but when we are running in a race, we may not get enough oxygen into our blood at that point of time, so our muscles start to respire an aerobically as to make the requirement of the body.