MadSci Network: Biochemistry

Subject: Yeast Metabolism in fructose, lactose, glucose, and sucrose

Date: Sun Dec 12 02:49:46 1999
Posted by YoungKee Pyun
Grade level: 10-12 School: Seryun Middle School
City: Seoul State/Province: No state entered. Country: South Korea
Area of science: Biochemistry
ID: 944988586.Bc

hi. have u heard about yeast metabolism? i had a labortory of it which is 
about looking for different CO2 production of single sugars that are 
fructose glucose sucrose and lactose. i'd got fructose is the greastest 
co2 production including stable measurment of all. plus, lactose had none! 
do u know the reason? why fructose got the greastest and lactose got none 
at the same amount of yeast, and sugars? 

Re: Yeast Metabolism in fructose, lactose, glucose, and sucrose

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