Summary of Fermentation

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The video explains fermentation as a process that allows cells to generate ATP without oxygen. This process is done by different types of organisms depending on their adaptations. For example, yeast can do alcoholic fermentation, while muscle cells can do lactic acid fermentation.

  • 00:00:00 Fermentation is a process by which cells can use glycolysis to generate ATP when there is no oxygen available. This process can be done by different types of organisms, depending on their specific adaptations.
  • 00:05:00 Fermentation is a process that involves the conversion of pyruvate to different products, including ethanol and lactic acid. Alcoholic fermentation is done mainly by yeast, while lactic acid fermentation can be done by cells such as muscle cells.

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