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Anaerobic respiration
respiration with out oxygen
respiration with oxygen
glucose broken down through a series of complex chemical reactions into two molecules of pyruvic acid. ATP is produced.
Pyruvic Acid
pyruvic acid is toxic so it must be quickly converted into something less toxic. Yeast can convert it into ethyl alcohol while bacteria can convert it into lactic acid. Through a more complicated process, which requires oxygen, some organisms can convert it into water or carbon dioxide.
Aerobic respiration requires
oxygen and is used for krebs cycle and electron transport chain. 34 ATP
Anerobic respiration requires
no oxygen and is used for ethyl alcohol and lactic acid. 2 ATP
what kind of respiration do yeast cells undergo?
anerobic respiration
what kind of gas produced the bubbles at the end of the ferminatation
carbon dioxide
which solution did the yeast produce the most gas?
glucose because it had the most nutrients
which solution did the yest produce less gas?
in the protein and water because it had no glucose and less nutrients.