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Harel 1 Ofeer Harel (Partners with Sitara Hoque) Ms. Abusamra Biology – Class B2 January 5, 2017 Beauty and the Yeast There are two stages of cellular respiration. Stage one takes place in the cytoplasm of the cell. Glucose is broken down into smaller molecules, and this process is known as glycolysis. No oxygen is involved, but a small amount of energy is released. Because it doesn’t need oxygen, stage one is anaerobic. Stage two takes place in the mitochondria of the cell. In this process, oxygen is required and lots of energy is released. Because it does need oxygen, stage two is aerobic. Fermentation is the process which makes bread, wine, and other things. It is a metabolic process an organism converts a carbohydrate into an alcohol or acid Water creates an atmosphere
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