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Electromicrograph Stained with methylene blue Experiment Time To investigate the conditions that influence growth and fermentation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Pick one from each box Sugars LactoseSucrose MaltoseStarch Rice Flour Corn StarchPotato StarchStep One6Step TwoLabel two conical flask To both of the flask 80mL of water and 2.5 grams of yeast are added 5 grams of sugar are weighed and added into the first flask 5 grams of starch are weighed and added into the second flask Each flask is then connected to a test tube containing 10mL of limewater. Seal the test tube with a paraffin film. Prepare the broth Step ThreeCompare your results At 10 minutes interval for 40 minutes, the cloudiness of limewater is checked to compare the favourite conditions for the fermentation of yeast. Bring me Home

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