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What might the role of methylene blue be in an experiment covering anaerobic respiration by yeast?

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What might the role of methylene blue be in an experiment covering anaerobic respiration by yeast?

Methylene Blue Uses in Biology

Methylene blue is widely used as a redox indicator; that is, it is a chemical that can both donate and receive electrons from other substances. Solutions containing methylene blue are blue color when this substance is oxidized and turn colorless when reduced.

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Anaerobic respiration in yeast consists of the reactions of glycolysis and fermentation, which begins with glucose and generates 2 molecules of...

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