Muscle cells under heavy load can produce some ATP using lactic acid fermentation.  Which statement below about the process is true? There is no oxygen being supplied to the cell during this time Lactic acid fermentation replaces aerobic respiration Lactic acid fermentation happens alongside aerobic respiration Lactic acid fermentation takes place after alcohol fermentation is completed Lactic acid fermentation is able to produce 6 ATP per molecule of glucose

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  1. Muscle cells under heavy load can produce some ATP using lactic acid fermentation.  Which statement below about the process is true?
    1. There is no oxygen being supplied to the cell during this time
    2. Lactic acid fermentation replaces aerobic respiration
    3. Lactic acid fermentation happens alongside aerobic respiration
    4. Lactic acid fermentation takes place after alcohol fermentation is completed
    5. Lactic acid fermentation is able to produce 6 ATP per molecule of glucose

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