Effects of Activators and Ethanol on Fermentation Rates

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Our results are displayed in the graph. Our results supported the prediction that pyruvate is an activator of fermentation. But our results did not support the prediction that MgSO4 is an activator of fermentation. This could be due to experimental errors, such as the fermentation tube not being clean, or the glucose being added at a different time...
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Our results indicated that as fermentation proceeded and ethanol concentration rose, the rate of fermentation slowed down. From five to ten minutes there was a sharp increase in fermentation, then as the ethanol concentration rose, it started to level off. Effects of Temperature on Fermentation Rates In this part of the lab we examined the relationship between respiration rate and temperature...
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