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How does anaerobic respiration act in the formation of yeast?

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How does anaerobic respiration act in the formation of yeast?

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Yeast is a microorganism and is classified as a fungus. Yeast carry out anaerobic fermentation in the lack of oxygen. The product of this fermentation is ethanol. They can also carry out aerobic fermentation in the presence of oxygen.

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