How can one tell if the carbon dioxide produced by yeast comes from respiration or fermentation?
Fermentation in Yeast:
Yeast is a kind of fungi that is capable of respiring both aerobically or anaerobically. It relies on aerobic respiration in the presence of oxyegn; and on anaerobic respiration in the absence of oxygen. In both cases, one of the products is carbon dioxide.
Answer and Explanation:
If you are carrying out this experiment in the lab and the experiment is not sealed and exposed to air then more than likely the yeast are respiring...
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from General Studies Biology: Help & ReviewChapter 4 / Lesson 6