I'm asking this in reference to the measuring oxygen uptake experiment.
My teacher said that if the organisms are anaerobically respiring, they produce no gas, and if there's no soda lime (or KOH) then there'll be no pressure change and the liquid in the tube won't move.
But I read in my book that a waste product of anaerobic respiration is CO2, so I'm not sure.
This is Edexcel Biology A2 Unit 5.
In anaerobic respiration, is any gas produced? Watch
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- 19-06-2016 12:26
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- 21-06-2016 13:40
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- 21-06-2016 13:43
I'm 95% certain that CO2 is always produced in any respiration, aerobic or an anaerobic