Anaerobic Respiration | Boundless Microbiology
Anaerobic respiration is the formation of ATP without oxygen. This method still incorporates the respiratory electron transport chain, but without using oxygen as the terminal electron acceptor. Instead, molecules such as sulfate (SO 42- ), nitrate (NO 3– ), or sulfur (S) are used as electron acceptors.
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