Bazga Ali wrote:
> I am investigating the effect of concentration of glucose on the rate of
> growth of yeast. If they are grown in a test tube for a period of 48 hours
> what type of respiration are they using. Does the type of respiration cause
> them to multiply in a different way.
If they start off at low density and are aerated they are likely growing
aerobically. If you don't agitate them and they are getting crowded,
eventually they will be growing anaerobically.
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