Question: A Tremendous Amount Of Energy Is Produced By Breaking Down One Molecule Of Glucose Using Aerobic Respiration. If A Molecule Of Glucose Is Broken Down By Fermentation, Much Less ATP Is Released. Where Does The Bulk Of The Energy End Up In Fermentation If It Is Not Released As ATP? Edit View Insert Format Tools Table 12pt Paragraph B I U A & T²v :

Question: A Tremendous Amount Of Energy Is Produced By Breaking Down One Molecule Of Glucose Using Aerobic Respiration. If A Molecule Of Glucose Is Broken Down By Fermentation, Much Less ATP Is Released. Where Does The Bulk Of The Energy End Up In Fermentation If It Is Not Released As ATP? Edit View Insert Format Tools Table 12pt Paragraph B I U A & T²v :

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A tremendous amount of energy is produced by breaking down one molecule of glucose using aerobic respiration. If a molecule of glucose is broken down by fermentation, much less ATP is released. Where does the bulk of the energy end up in fermentation if it is not released as ATP? Edit View Insert Format Tools Table 12pt Paragraph B I U A & T²v :