Show how enzymes carry out fermentation
Anaerobic fermentation is essential to regenerate NAD+ to keep glycolysis working. When carried out by microbes such as yeast it produces alcohol and carbon dioxide as byproducts that are used in brewing and baking. In our muscles, fermentation instead produces lactic acid that must be removed later on.
Covers both types of fermentation clearly showing the difference between the two forms whilst giving students an insight into protein structure.
Includes full colour Powerpoint class presentation!
More advanced biochemistry students may find our fermentation molecular model of interest. Click for details.
Takes about 20 minutes. Dimensions: 33cm/13in x 18cm/7in.
Download includes: instructions, colour & mono model templates, and Powerpoint file.
All you need: paper, scissors, glue or tape.
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