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The cellular respiration takes place only in the presence of oxygen since the entire process of respiration is driven by the oxygen. The oxygen helps in removing the hydrogen from the system where the oxygen acts as the final hydrogen acceptor. The entire break down of the molecules also occurs in the aerobic respiration. So oxygen is necessary for cellular respiration.

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