All cells need energy, so all cells do cellular respiration, including both plant and animal cells. The products of cellular respiration are energy (or ATP), carbon dioxide, and water. The products of respiration or breathing, come from the reactions of cellular respiration.What is the product of anaerobic cellular respiration?
Anaerobic cellular respiration is sometimes called fermentation and can either produce lactic acid or alcohol as a product. To unlock this lesson you must be a Study.com Member.What is the relationship between fermentation and cellular respiration?
Fermentation and cellular respiration begin the same way, with glycolysis. In fermentation, however, the pyruvate made in glycolysis does not continue through oxidation and the citric acid cycle, and the electron transport chain does not run.What is fermentation and how does it work?
Fermentation is another anaerobic (non-oxygen-requiring) pathway for breaking down glucose, one that's performed by many types of organisms and cells. In fermentation, the only energy extraction pathway is glycolysis, with one or two extra reactions tacked on at the end. Fermentation and cellular respiration begin the same way, with glycolysis.