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I.Williams LAB REPORT -Cell Respiration/Fermentation Lab Experiment- Isaac Williams 689038 03.30.17 BIL 141
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I.Williams INTRODUCTION Cells are the building blocks of all living organisms. In order for these many micro structures to function they require a energy particle known as ATP (adenosine triphosphate). The aerobic process that is used to produce these particles is called cellular respiration which breaks down sugars in our body. However when there is no oxygen present for cellular respiration, cells undergo an anaerobic respiration process called fermentation. Cells obtain energy from sugars by using enzymes to break down sugar molecules. In this experiment we use yeast cells to break down sugars and demonstrate how fermentation creates Carbon Dioxide in different conditions. By observing this it will allow us to record how fast the yeast cells convert sugars to produce energy even though there was very little to no oxygen present.
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