effect of temperature on the survival of yeast cells

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Post by Tifa » Tue May 15, 2007 7:37 am

Well yeast is used in cooking bread....the oven would be a lot hotter than 37 degrees im guessing so just guess higher than that

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Post by Foo » Tue May 15, 2007 6:24 pm

Do you know what, i dont have a pissing clue! :roll: this is only a theory excercise anyway, we dont have to actually do it for the exam, so im not worrying about it. theres loads of different ways to get the results so im just gonna write about one of them. have you got any ideas what the practical will actually be on, or is it different for each school?

I'm thinking the practical will be on enzymes, like collecting gas from the yeast respiration or something. And as for the microscope maybe a leaf? Hopefully a leaf!! Or maybe, i don't know really. I'm just hoping for something easy :)


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