What kind of gas is needed for cellular respiration?
Oxygen is the gas that is needed for cellular respiration. After respiration occurs, the body will produce carbon dioxide, another type of gas. What gas is needed for cellar respiration? For cellular respiration you need oxygen. What gas is needed for cellular respiration to take place? Oxygen is needed for cellular respiration to take place.
Which is the type of respiration that does not use oxygen?
Anaerobic respiration is a form of respiration that does not use oxygen. It leads to the release of less energy and lactic acid (in addition to Carbon dioxide and water). To which type of respiration are you referring?
Where does the energy needed for respiration come from?
All living organisms, including plants, receive their energy required for their survival from a chain of chemical reactions called respiration. The process of respiration requires glucose to start the reactions which are later converted into energy and hence producing carbon dioxide and water as by-products.
Which is a by-product of aerobic respiration?
For aerobic respiration, carbon dioxide and water are produced as by-products. Of those by-products, carbon dioxide is a gas. (Note that water can be exhaled as a gas, but as per my knowledge this has nought to do with cellular respiration.)
Which is a biochemical process in the process of respiration?
Respiration is a biochemical process, which is defined as the movement of air between the external environment and the cell, tissues of a living species. In this process, oxygen gas is inhaled in and carbon dioxide gas is exhaled out.
How is the chemical equation of cellular respiration expressed?
Yes, plants breathe throughout its life span both during the day and night. The chemical equation of cellular respiration is expressed as — oxygen + glucose -> carbon dioxide + water + heat energy.