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- Anaerobic yeast fermentation for the production of ethanol in a versatile lab fermentor
- 15.3: Lactic Acid Fermentation
- Fermentation Processes
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Anaerobic yeast fermentation for the production of ethanol in a versatile lab fermentor
Fermentation , chemical process by which molecules such as glucose are broken down anaerobically. More broadly, fermentation is the foaming that occurs during the manufacture of wine and beer , a process at least 10, years old. The frothing results from the evolution of carbon dioxide gas, though this was not recognized until the 17th century. French chemist and microbiologist Louis Pasteur in the 19th century used the term fermentation in a narrow sense to describe the changes brought about by yeasts and other microorganisms growing in the absence of air anaerobically ; he also recognized that ethyl alcohol and carbon dioxide are not the only products of fermentation. In the s it was discovered that, in the absence of air, extracts of muscle catalyze the formation of lactate from glucose and that the same intermediate compounds formed in the fermentation of grain are produced by muscle. An important generalization thus emerged: that fermentation reactions are not peculiar to the action of yeast but also occur in many other instances of glucose utilization. Glycolysis , the breakdown of sugar , was originally defined about as the metabolism of sugar into lactate.
Stages: Aerobic fermentation: Stages include Glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and electron transport system. In the native form the 1,3 -linked glucose residues contain glycerate and acetate moieties. Liquid circulation pattern in an air-lift-with-side-arms ALSA fermenter. The hydrodynamic shear generated by the impeller breaks up large bubbles into smaller ones, increasing the interfacial area for mass transfer. Williams, G. In Acetobacter, though some amount of acetic acid is produced through carbohydrate metabolism, most of it is synthesized through the oxidation of ethanol .
15.3: Lactic Acid Fermentation
Ethanol fermentation , also called alcoholic fermentation , is a biological process which converts sugars such as glucose , fructose , and sucrose into cellular energy , producing ethanol and carbon dioxide as by-products. Because yeasts perform this conversion in the absence of oxygen , alcoholic fermentation is considered an anaerobic process. It also takes place in some species of fish including goldfish and carp where along with lactic acid fermentation it provides energy when oxygen is scarce. Ethanol fermentation has many uses including alcoholic beverage and ethanol fuel production, and bread dough rising. Alcoholic fermentation converts one mole of glucose into two moles of ethanol and two moles of carbon dioxide, producing two moles of ATP in the process.
Short spurts of sprinting are sustained by fermentation in muscle cells. This produces just enough ATP to allow these short bursts of increased activity. For chicken or turkey dinners, do you prefer light meat or dark? Do you consider yourself a sprinter or a long distance runner? What is the biological difference between light meat and dark meat? Or between the two types of runners?
Moreover, the fermentation processes under aerobic and anaerobic conditions produced essentially identical cluster patterns of the factors from the three sugar.
Strictly speaking, fermentation is the process of anaerobic breakdown or fragmentation of organic compounds by the metabolic processes of microorganisms. However, fermentation processes can be considered, in a more general way, to relate to the chemical changes of a substrate accomplished by selected micro-organisms or extracts of micro-organisms, to yield a useful product. This less specific definition includes micro-biological processes carried out under anaerobic fermentative, or in the absence of air , aerobic respiratory , and enzymatic via extracts conditions.
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