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Water and carbon dioxide are the waste products of respiration.
When glucose is taken by the cells, the mitochondria inside the cells break down the glucose into the energy molecules that can be further utilized by the cells, known as ATP.
To build ATP from glucose requires oxygen, and once the glucose has been broken down into as many ATP molecules as possible, there are products leftovers, namely carbon dioxide and water.
These leftovers are excreted by every cell present in the body and eradicated by the bloodstream.
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In the cellular respiration process, a glucose molecule is completely oxidized to H2O and CO2, and the energy is produced in ATPs form. So, the waste products of the cellular respiration process are water and carbon dioxide.
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