In yeast cells - metabolized to pyruvic acid via glycolysis...

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In yeast cells (the yeast used for baking and producing alcoholic  beverages), glucose can be metabolized through cellular respiration  as in other cells. When oxygen is lacking, however, glucose is still 
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Unformatted text preview: metabolized to pyruvic acid via glycolysis. The pyruvic acid is converted first to acetaldehyde and then to ethyl alcohol....
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