An organism which requires oxygen to survive is


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Oxygen is required for the
synthesis of ATP in cellular
respiration.
Without it, many organisms have
no energy and therefore, die.
Cellular respiration produces
more ATP than fermentation,
which is why we need cellular
respiration rather than
fermentation.
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