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    The Role of Ethanol in Cellular Respiration

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    Explain in which processes, anaerobic and aerobic respiration is ethanol produced and indicate what fact or evidence you know that substantiates this.

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    Ethanol is produced by yeast, and is the result of a specific situation found in glycolysis. When you break down glucose to produce ATP (used as a kind of "energy reserve" for the cell), you need the cofactor NAD+. In one of ...

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