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Alcohol Fermentation [email protected] Wednesdays, 1:45-3:45 pm
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Terms to know: Glycolysis- a metabolic pathway in which glucose is converted into two pyruvate molecules, and in the process generates ATP. ATP- adenosine triphosphate Fermentation- glycolysis plus the transfer of electrons form the carrier molecules to pyruvate molecules
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A quick look at glycolysis:
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Glycolysis Two main stages: energy investment and energy payoff How many ATP are produced? 4 ATP How many ATP are consumed? 2 ATP What is the net gain of ATP? 2 ATP
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Final Electron Acceptors In aerobic organisms: oxygen In fermenting organisms: pyruvate molecules
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Unformatted text preview: What yeast will be used? Yeast is Saccharomyces cerevisiae-Known as baker's yeast-Rising due to release of CO 2 Let's perform the experiment! Jeopardy, anyone? Study Guide for Quiz 1. Be able to define glycolysis. 2. Be able to define fermentation. 3. Be able to tell how many ATP are produced, consumed, and what is the net gain of ATP in glcolysis. 4. Be able to draw the simplified diagram of glycolysis. 5. Know what the final electron acceptors are for both aerobic and fermenting organisms. Homework Be prepared with your presentations. I look forward to hearing all of them....
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