components needed for both aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration within
cell membranes are water, mitochondria, and glucose. Mitochondria are the power
house of the cell responsible for transporting energy throughout other
organelles. Aerobic respiration requires the presence of oxygen to convert ADP
into ATP, without oxygen organelles within the cell will not be able to do this
conversion of energy.
respiration does not need the presence of oxygen but it uses electron acceptors
to perform respiration. The most important process for anaerobic respiration is
the electron transport chain.