The net gain of ATP to the yeast cell is two molecules—the two molecules of ATP normally pro

The net gain of ATP to the yeast cell is two molecules—the two molecules of ATP normally pro

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The net gain of ATP to the yeast cell is two molecules—the two  molecules of ATP normally produced in glycolysis. Yeasts are able to participate in fermentation because they have the 
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