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Name importance of fermented foods to humans
preservation, enhancement of the diet through new flavors aromas and textures, enhancement of nutrient value, detoxification, decreases cooking time and fuel
Explain how coenzymes are regenerated and how catabolism works. Aerobic and anaerobic.
AEROBIC
NAD+ is oxidized via the krebs cycle which features a complete catabolic breakdown and produces maximal energy. Byproduct is CO2. OVerall process is breaking down of molecules to form pyruvic acid (H is removed)

To regenerate the coenzymes (NADH-->NAD+), the aerobic cycle goes through the chemiosmotic cycle which dumps H+ and transports electrons through the inner membrane to create ATP

ANAEROBICALLY
Pyruvic acid is still created via catabolism, but fermentation regenerates the coenzymes through an inefficient process that creates a variety of byproducts. No ATP is produced in fermentation
What are the major byproducts of all the fermentation pathways?
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What are the major fermentation players in respect to yeasts, molds, and bacteria?
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