Distance Learning: Cellular Respiration - What Sugar does Yeast like best?

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Distance Learning: Cellular Respiration - What Sugar does Yeast like best?
Educational Materials Biology Educational Materials Plant Learning Activities
Chemically show cellular respiration

  • Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards
  • Contains Instruction Manual
  • Materials for only two groups of students or a single student
In this experiment, students will expose living yeast cells to three different sugars-glucose, sucrose, and lactose. The yeast cells should begin to utilize the sugars as a food source if they are capable of metabolizing them, and will begin to engage in aerobic respiration and/or fermentation.

This activity allows students to understand that yeast may use different options for energy production, with varying degrees of effectiveness. A pH indicator will be used to indirectly determine the effectiveness of the three different sugars as a food source for the yeast.



   
 

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