| December 4, 2015

Dry yeast was mixed in water one hour before lab started. You mixed the yeast slurry with either water or a sucrose solution (and placed the mixture in a fermentation tube) at the start of lab. Very likely the yeast cells did not contain all the enzymes needed to convert sucrose to ethanol and water (or did not contain enough copies of the enzymes). Please describe some of the cellular processes that had to occur before the yeast cells were able to metabolize sucrose at a high rate. Include in your discussion any specific locations where the various cellular processes occur. Use additional pages as necessary. FYI: Yeast are members of Kingdom Fungi, and thus are Eukaryotes (this could possibly be important in formulating your discussion

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