Yeast Grow?

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Yeast can grow either in the presence or absence of air. An Anaerobic growth, (which is growth in the absence of oxygen), is usually quite slow and inefficient. For example in bread dough, yeast can grows but at a very slow rate.
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Yeasts are one celled fungi that grow by cellular division or budding. Basically over time and given the right moist conditions, one cell will split into two. Don't worry that the
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1. Obtain the yeast extract dextrose chloramphenicol agar. Most agar mediums are available in powder form and need to be mixed with water and boiled before adding to Petri dishes.
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1 Buy some yeast from the local store. It doesn't matter which. Ad 2 Get your bowl, cask, flask or whatever you decided to put it in. 3 Put the yeast in it.
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The usual temperature for proofing (growing or developing) yeast is 110 degrees farenheit.
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