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Fermentation

by

Saccharomyce
s cerevisiae

Pronounce My Name
Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Bakers Yeast
Brewers Yeast

My relatives

Electromicrograph

Stained with methylene


blue

Experiment Time
To investigate the conditions that influence
growth and fermentation of Saccharomyces
cerevisiae

Step One

Pick one from each box


Sugars
Lactose
Sucrose
Maltose

Starch
Rice Flour
Corn Starch
Potato Starch

Step Two

Prepare the broth

Label 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.

Step Three

Compare 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.

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Yeast Infections

budding Candida
albicans