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Unformatted text preview: cycle and the electron transport chain. Fermentation skips the last two steps due to low oxygen levels. The first experiment conducted was observing the amount of CO 2 produced during fermentation of yeast and glucose, starch or amylase. The second experiment conducted was the redox reactions in a mitochondrial suspension, in which the transmittance of light through the different solutions were measured to indicate the speed at which the reaction is taking place. Results: Significance: Based on the data from the % change in transmittance, the amount of succinate affects the respiration rate. Succinate speeds up the respiration rate, and made the solution more clear....
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