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3 November, 14:47

A student listed some differences between alcoholic fermentation and lactic a

between alcoholic fermentation and lactic acid fermentation.

Alcoholic Fermentation

It occurs in yeast cells

Glucose is converted to

ethanol

Carbon dioxide is not

released

Lactic Acid Fermentation

It occurs in muscle cells

Glucose is converted to

lactic acid

Carbon dioxide is released

Which difference (s) did the student list incorrectly?

A. I only

B. 3 only

C. 1 and 2

D. 2 and 3

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  1. 3 November, 15:56
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    The statements that are false are 3 only.

    Explanation:

    Alcoholic fermentation can be described as a process in which sugars get converted into ethanol and carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is produced as a by product of this reaction.

    Lactic acid fermentation is a process by which glucose or other sugars having sic carbons get converted into lactate or lactic acid. Carbon dioxide is not released during this process.
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