... products are ethanol (drinkable alcohol), lactic
acid , and hydrogen . However, more exotic ... bread making, brewing , and wine making.
acid fermentation breaks the pyruvate down into lactic
acid , carbon dioxide, and water. It occurs in ...
... of substantial amounts of food through lactic
acid , alcoholic, acetic acid , and alkaline ... produced by fermentation, such as ethanol and lactic
acid , are used as a substitute for oxygen. ... when no oxygen is available, ethanol and lactic
acid is used in place of oxygen .
... is to supply nutrients ( oxygen , glucose ) and constitutional elements to tissues and to remove waste products (such as carbon dioxide and lactic
acid ). Blood also enables cells ( leukocytes , abnormal tumor cells) and different substances ( amino acids , lipids , hormones ) to be ...
... metabolized to yield any of a variety of products. For example, the bacteria involved in making yogurt simply reduce the pyruvate to lactic
acid , whereas yeast produce ethanol and carbon dioxide .
In aerobic organisms , the pyruvate typically enters the citric acid cycle , and ...
Electron transfer chain
Anaerobic respiration ,
Anabolic pathways that create building blocks and ...
... reproductive tract. The normal enviroment of the vagina is a hostile one for sperm cells, it is very acidic (from the native microflora producing lactic
acid ), viscous, and patrolled by immune cells. The components in the seminal plasma attempt to compensate for this hostile enviroment.