Why does yeast produce more CO2 in aerobic conditions rather than anaerobic? ?
Why does yeast produce more CO2 in aerobic conditions rather than anaerobic? ?Submitted: 1851 days ago
Aerobic means oxygen is present. The more oxygen available, the more carbon can react with it to form CO2.
In anaerobic conditions, net metabolism is slower and the other major end-product is alcohol.
in anerobic conditions there is no oxygen (very limited supply) present.
in aerobic conditions plenty of oxygen is present.
its because in areobic conditions,the oxygen molecules can combine with the carbon present in the glucose forming 6 CO2 molecules
but in anaerobic conditions, only some the oxygen atons present in the glucose can react with carbon to form 2 CO2 (as alchol is produced which contains 1 oxygen atom)
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