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Many people are already indirectly familiar with the processes of fermentation, from the baker to the body builder. The baker, when baking his bread, adds yeasts that produces CO2, which makes the bread rise. Alcohol is also produced during this fermentation but it quickly evaporates during the baking process. When the body builder is exercising too hard your muscles need extra energy which they obtain from lactic cid fermentation and the cramps that are felt are from the access lactic acid that is the byproduct. Moreover, anaerobic respiration is also carried out by some types of fungi and bacteria when the supply of oxygen is not enough for regular cellular respiration.

[...] ATP Production through Fermentation Introduction Many people are already indirectly familiar with the processes of fermentation, from the baker to the body builder. The baker, when baking his bread, adds yeasts that produces CO2, which makes the bread rise. Alcohol is also produced during this fermentation but it quickly evaporates during the baking process. When the body builder is exercising too hard your muscles need extra energy which they obtain from lactic cid fermentation and the cramps that are felt are from the access lactic acid that is the byproduct. [...]


[...] The flexing tube was connected to a rubber stopper that we later closed the reaction tube with. The three reaction tubes were filled with different solutions that would start reacting once the yeast was put in. In tube we put 0ml of yeast ml of glucose solution, and 4 ml of water. In tube we put 1ml of yeast, 3ml, glucose solution, and 3 ml of water. Tube 3 had 3 ml of yeast ml of glucose solution and 1 ml of water. [...]

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