|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
why will the same yeast in a different situation make eather yeast or CO2, such as in beer making. Ie. you mix the yeast in a carboy to ferment it. Then once it has stopped you mix in more yeast and sugar then bottle it to produce the carbanate it ( I have grade 12 chem, but i'm lacking in the bio. so please dont to go too indepth with the anser. I'm just a cuious person ) thanks to who ever ansers.
Re: how does yeast produce both alcohol and CO2?
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