How is anaerobic respiration in plants and animals different?

Respiration is the break down of molecules in living cells to release energy. There are two types of respiration: anaerobic, which does not require oxygen, and aerobic, which requires oxygen.

ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION IN PLANTS ANAEROBIC RESPIRATION IN ANIMALS
The end-products of anaerobic respiration in plants are ethanol and CO2 The end-products of anaerobic respiration in animals is lactic acid. Absence of CO2
More heat energy is released Less heat energy is released
CO2 released causes foaming No CO2 released, so no foaming

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