Aerobic respiration - A type of respiration which required oxygen and produces carbon dioxide and water., Anaerobic respiration - A type of respiration that takes place in the absence of oxygen and produces lactate in animals and ethanol and carbon dioxide in plant and fungi., Glycolysis - A stage of respiration that is anaerobic and involves the splitting of a glucose molecule., Link reaction - A stage of respiration where pyruvate reacts to for acetyl co A, Krebs cycle - A stage in respiration where acetyl co A joins a cycle of oxidation and reduction reactions., Oxidative phosphorlation - A stage of respiration where electrons are used to synthesise ATP with water produced as a by product., Phosporphylation - The addition of phosphate, often occurs to make a compound more reactive., Hydrolysis - The splitting of a substance using water, Activation energy - The minimum energy required for a reaction to take place., NAD - A co enzyme which is involved in the movement of electrons and hydrogen,

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